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November 11, 2008

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Omkar

This is a very interesting rettrspecoive post. The thing about type 1 diabetes is that you never who may have it some may have had it since they were infants, others could have gotten it much, much later. It allows you to learn a lot from various people with different types of experience, and really start building a sense of community. It is essential that any cause, such as finding a cure for diabetes, has a united community behind it, and the stronger we grow, the better we will able to support each other and advocate on such important issues.

Lovit

I love him!!! I have a blue metal bug and my mom has another kind of metal bug. Sometimes we steal each oehtrs and move them around. I have come to really love my little cratures in my garden. One day a frog was there and it was so real I screamed. My husband bought him!!I read up on the blog derby and that really sounds fun especially since I know absolutely nothing about the Kentucky Derby aside from horses and hats.I like hats.Have a happy Friday :-)

Rose

Glad you're back and better. I've rellay enjoyed your blogs about weight loss. One factor I haven't seen covered much here is motivation. One motivating factor in weight loss is being able to get an actual idea of what you'd like like should your weight loss plan be successful. If you want an interesting way to see what you'd look like if you do lose weight, check out the iTunes store for the iApp SkinnyMe. You can use your iPhone to take a picture of yourself, then use the app to set a skinny factor to realistically alter the picture so it shows just what you'd look like if you lost a certain amount of weight. Seeing an actual picture of yourself thin is definitely motivating! You can read more about the iApp at .

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