Saturday, March 14, 2009

Quck 7


This is my 800th post. I have been blogging since August 2006 and love it. Thanks to all the people that come regularly to visit me here and make blogging so enjoyable.


We got Tom's new glucose meter yesterday. I decided to get the Accu Check Go meter. I am very happy with all the features. The meter has an alarm that sounds if Tom is high or low and an alarm to remind him to check. We check Tom's bsl usually between 6 and 8 times a day and we can only set 4 alarms at the moment but that is better than no alarm at all.


One of my favourite blogs to read is Yes, they are all mine by Gramma 2 many. She has posted 200 posts and is having a give away to celebrate. Pop over and look at the fantastic socks she is knitting for the giveaway. Leave a comment and you have a chance to win the socks.


On Saturday mornings we have a cooked breakfast. Steve generally does the cooking. He cooks bacon, eggs and fried tomatoes. I generally eat the eggs on toast. I am not really a fan of bacon or fried tomatoes.


Today is catch up with the washing day. I don't know why it has fallen so far behind this week but we have a heap to get done today. Tomorrow we are going to Quorn for our picnic so I really need to try and get the washing all done today.


Talking about our picnic, I think I will do some cooking today for it. Since we still have lots of pumpkins, I think some pumpkin choc chip muffins and some pumpkin bread.


This week I have been reading a lot about stem cells since the President has allowed embryonic stem cell research. I came across this article that exposes many myths about it.

Have a great weekend.


Don't forget to pop over to Jennifer's for more quick 7
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