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Tag Archives: diabetes
For the first time since our arrival, we are ‘boat bound’. It hasn’t stopped raining since 10pm yesterday, luckily just after we’d settled down for the night having taken Maggie out for her final wee. These days I’m not worried … Continue reading
In the main, I have great respect for the medical profession. I admit to having the occasional differences of opinion with certain GPs, but I do not bury my head in the sand regarding health issues for myself, Hubby and … Continue reading
My day started pretty well, waking up feeling rested and it wasn’t raining. As soon as my big toe hit the air, it all fell apart. I can’t blame it on PMT as all that is behind me now, and … Continue reading
Many years ago, The Honey Monster advertised a brand of cereal which was very popular with children and adults alike. This morning when I woke up, I could smell sugar puffs, but no-one had had any for breakfast, in fact … Continue reading
I read an article in Freshly Pressed this week entitled ‘Portrait of a Diabetic’. After reading it, I was stunned. Not because of its content, but because of the food restrictions the Author has in leading a ‘normal’ life. My … Continue reading
I hate feet. With a passion. I always have. Even mine. If Hubby stubs his toe, I am taken back to the time he took a chunk out of it on the carpet edging strip and my stomach lurches. Blood … Continue reading
No, this is not a type error or case of dyslexia. This is about FOOD BOREDOM I suppose school dinners could be blamed for some of it. I mean we had mash, boiled and roast potatoes once a week, curry … Continue reading