Friday, June 05, 2009

It has been a bit too quiet here.

I have been so busy with real life that my blog and reading others has had to take a bit of a back seat. Hopefully things will quieten down a bit after Tom's first communion.

We have my mother and mother in law coming to stay next Thursday. They will stay for the weekend. Tom's God parents will come with 4 of their children on Saturday afternoon and stay for the night.

I also have had a bit of bloggers block. I sometimes find it hard to think about what to post about. I usually fall back onto the weekly posts like the The Simple Women's Daybook or Small Successes but I have even had trouble thinking about what to post with those posts.

Finally today I had an idea about what I could post about. I did want to do a couple of more posts on diabetes and living with it. I thought though, I really want to know what you want to know so here is your opportunity. Ask me any questions you have about diabetes in the comment box and I will do another post in a couple of days about it.

Have a great weekend. We celebrate the Queens birthday this weekend so have a public holiday on Monday. I am looking forward to the long weekend.

You can read the other posts I did on type one at these links:

Part one,
Part 2
and Part Three
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Our sons Tom and Christopher and our daughter Amelia are type one diabetics. We pray everyday for a cure. We do not want one by illicit means though so don't support any organisation that contributes to Embryonic Stem Cell Research. Click on the photo of Tom and Christopher to read about why I am against using Embryonic Stem cells for a cure.

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