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Discussion in 'Young People/Adults' started by Cloe-1992, Jan 8, 2018.
Said Zager and Evans...
But that is all "pending" on the survival of the human race & the cat's shortsightedness regarding a manipulation in a "free loading" ongoing coexistence in a domestic environment...
I can see them evolving like a TRex with fur... But without the catchy tunes.
Zager and Evans are not in the same class as T Rex. I am not a cat person anymore/
dialed through the wrong Gate! LOL! ! Better go back and correct that!
Nah, you didn't need to do that..
The ensuing conversation no longer makes sense..
LOL! I just asked Scotty to beam me back to 2108 again!
Hi I am 32 and was diagnosed T1 6 months ago. Still adaptation period of my new condition..
To quote the Doctor. Don't mess with your own timeline... My hand was almost phasing out like Marty McFly just then.
I keep to this simple "directive" with moderating. It minimises any confusion.
Forgot to mention. 50 years old. Diagnosed T1 on my 8th birthday.
But it's "Groundhog Day" for me... Perpetually 1987.
70...diagnosed T2 a year ago
23 Type 1 for 4 years
I'm nearly 62, type 2 since 2005
I’m 65 next Monday and have been type 1 for 57 years, diagnosed 3 days after my eighth birthday.
This last year I’ve been treated for endometrial cancer and was able to manage my diabetes throughout with no medical help other than the necessary paraphernalia for the two lots of surgery I had, I was in hospital just overnight for both procedures. I also had internal radiotherapy. For those of you newly diagnosed ... believe in your ability to control your diabetes It has never stopped me from doing all the things I wanted to and it never will.
I'm 63 and have had type 1diabetes 52+ years
I am 60 years old and I've been type 1 since 30th July 1961 - 57 years
Hi I'm 59, 60 in July been Type 1 for 56 years. What a ride it's been
Hello Ladybird1. I couldn't agree more. Well done you.
66 + a few days, diagnosed at 1yr 11months december 1954. So 64 years of diabetes type 1, I'd hate to try counting the number of injections in that time!
Hi, 74 type 2, diagnosed 10 years ago.