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Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by Robinredbreast, Jun 10, 2018.
Oh yes, I'd love to meet everyone. If there's food involved, i'll run as quick as Usain Bolt.
@WuTwo Dogo fart's are bad enough, we'll need that hazmat suit.
I'd be interested, and I like the idea of eating, but we all live so far away from each other.
That is true, I'm sure we can figure something out.
I’m in the Rhondda Valley in South Wales but happy to travel and pick people up along the way. There’s a few of us in South Wales and the South West, I believe? I’ve got a driving licence for a bus now!
I'm in Devon and I'd forgotten that you have a side line going as a bus driver!
I’ve just had a hypo 2.9 all ok after some glucogel
I'm interested in a meet up if it's possible around Life, the Universe and everything else. Being in the Midlands means I'm not actually too far from anywhere for travel purposes!
I'm in West Midlands, good connections to Coventry and Birmingham. @Mel dCP You could be like "i'm picking up the squad in my bus".
I'm interested @Mel dCP . I can also get around. Fair bit happening with gigs & wot not at the moment.. Also drive an 8 seater..
It would be great for us all to hook up!
I could maybe do a run along the M4 as far as Bristol and head to the Midlands with the DiaBus...
I quite like the sound of this meet up already
What would we be doing though? a walk and a meal? coffee, snacks and good ol' chat?
Open to suggestions really - a picnic somewhere nice, maybe?
Meat’s low carb so shouldn’t be too bad!!!
May I ask. When most of u got diagnosed maybe during ur working lives how much was u off work for. I'm into my 2nd month off as don't feel right to return.
I was diagnosed quite young - 8 years old, so I was out of school most of year 4-5 and I was out of school for few months in year 9.
That sounds nice.
A meal somewhere quiet because I get annoyed when I can't hear myself speak.
I wasn't off work. But very different scenario with diagnosis, never needed hospital and was misdiagnosed as a T2 first.
Don't know about the acupuncturist but mine drops like a brick at the dentist. I suppose being scared and nervous takes a lot of energy and my diabetes doesn't seem to react to emotions very strongly.
I was diagnosed at the beginning of the summer holiday break on my 8th birthday (pretty much taken down a couple of days before we broke up?) & was back to school in September.