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Terminal and Scared

Discussion in 'Diabetes Complications' started by kman, Nov 1, 2013.

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  1. DiamondAsh

    DiamondAsh Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    lololololololol ... tee hee ! Titter ye not!

    :wideyed:

    xoxox
     
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    kman Type 1 · BANNED

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    Pavlos, i am eternally grateful for your patience with me, plus your never ending kindness and empathy, i know you are one who truly understands the daily battle i face, regardless, and i truly thank you for your support, even when my metaphorical knees. Buckle badly,

    How are you and your family. ? Whats new with you, ?

    Take Care Dear Freind

    Love and Hugs.

    Kevin and. Wendie.
     
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    pavlosn Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Hi Kevin

    Nice to hear you sounding cheerful. My family and I are all doing well and sending you our love.

    My wife has been away this last week visiting London and also attending a conference in Gibraltar, so I have had to be a single parent.

    Thankfully, we have an extended family who pitch in and help. We live next door to my in-laws( I know very "My big fat Greek wedding") which sounds like a recipe for disaster but actually is very helpful especially at times like this.

    Actually, who I am kidding, it is very helpful at all times. My wife and I both work long hours and are very happy to know that there is family there to look after our son. Plus my wife may have many virtues but cooking is not one of them. She could not boil an egg to save her life ( she does not read my posts on this forum as I am safe to say so). So we happily share her parents hospitality!

    My wife is flying back today so I guess we will have a mini celebration. I am due for some bonus points from her as I actually remembered ( thank god!) that today is twenty years since our first date. Actually I cheated, I got the computer to remind me but who cares. She was impressed!

    Take care

    Pavlos


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    kman Type 1 · BANNED

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    Sorry Christine almost missed your post, Congratulations ( que Cliff Richard ), on the job, what is the job, tell me about it, I 1:00am so happy for you, id love a little job. even if only as a distraction in my case, with Animals, or a Charity, or maybe computers, or in a councilling role. But.maybe now im a little beyond coping because of my current health difficulties !

    Love and Hugs.

    Kevin. and. Wendie.

    xxx.
     
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    2christine Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I do agree a little job does wonders for moral, you would be good at counselling and computer stuff.
    now for example how much would you charge to help someone to move all their photos from one file to another lol.
    however you would be able to pick and choose when you work.
    my job is caring for a chap with a type of Parkinson disease, who's wife, has had a stroke and finds it hard to cope with him, they have a carer and I am filling in her days off.its case of helping him to get washed and dressed and letting them have contact with someone on a daily basis ,its a problem that Wiltshire foods being delivered once a fortnight causes, they are both younger than me . both been heavy smokers ,she still is.xx to you both
     
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    ps now I can afford the rent, on the new bungalow, we move in two weeks :D:D:D:D:D.
     
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    pavlosn Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations on both the new job and the new bungalow. Exciting times at chez Christine's!


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    2christine Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    love your posts paviosn, and yes you would be very welcome to stay with us at Sutton on sea too.
     
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    No problem Kevin, we always know where to find you i.e. here..............hugs x
     
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    HUGS. xxx.
     
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    kman Type 1 · BANNED

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    The job sounds great, I loved that kind of work, just make sure you dont do too much sweetie ok !

    Love Always

    xxx.
     
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    I will be careful, thanks for your kind thoughts.xxxx
     
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    You Better. ... Dont want you getting hurt sweetie !
     
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    Pain and intense nausea add dizzyness even when sitting or lying down, day not going so well, may not be around so much this evening,

    Hugs.

    xxx.
     
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    mind yourself ,get some rest .........
     
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    Having a rest on the bed right now, ... thanks Shane.
     
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    Kevin, I hope you are feeling better soon, thinking of you. Big hug xx
     
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    Thanks Sweetie. Or are you Not So Sweet ... LOL . !

    Still not great so off to bed to get a good nights sleep.

    Night All.

    xxx
     
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    Slept solidly and comfortably for 7 Hours ... feeling pretty good this morning, even pain levels are LOW at the moment. ... So fingers crossed for a Good day folks. !

    Later.
     
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