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January 14, 2009

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Oh girl 5! At least no one was told to get to the hospital immediately as we were when we got the Diabetes phone call.I'm here if you need me.

Oh my. That's way too much for two days. Hope your situation isn't too drastic. You'll be in my thoughts.

Hooray for Girls One and Two, gentle hugs for Girl Three, fingers crossed for Girl Four, and welcome, Girl Five, to a world of looking at food and exercise and time very differently. It can be managed; you just have to change your perspective a bit. Prayers coming your way, and please post here if you have questions because there are a lot of us who've been dealing with diabetes and we'll do everything we can to ease your way. Do you have a copy of your blood test results?

Hugs and support for all the girls, most especially #5!

That sure is a lot of girls stuff. Thinking of you take care

Oh, I could just smack!!! you. Didn't we go through this before? Didn't I yell at you and you promise me that you would do better?

What? You wanna grow up like me?

SMACK!

Caring,
Jan

Sending hugs and good thoughts to all you grrls!

That's an awful lot of firsts.

PS: Girl 5, listen to the doctor!

I know that's not what you were hoping to hear, but Diabetes is not the worst news there is. At least there are ways to keep it in check. You'll feel better, too, when your blood sugar levels are back in the normal range.

Hugs to all the girls! And listen to the Doc, girl 5.

That's a lot of milestones! Congratulations to most everyone. Blah to the diabetes.

How'd the Our Town auditions go? I was in that one back in the day.

Laura Laura Laura!! Can I help it if I'm feeling a bit like Jan at the moment???
You need to get yourself on a good track girl!
Hugs to Suzannah!

Oh my goodness!
That is a shame Girl 5. I am sure you can treat things and have it be temporary -- my Mom did.

How did the auditions go?

Congrats to the other 3 girls on their milestones!

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