Hello group, I want to wish everyone a happy new year. It's a new year let's all start out right, take it one day at time newcomers don't be afraid learn as much as you can. Don't be like me I've been in denial for a long time even 4 years, but at times I do try eat right and exercising since the new year started I've been doing really good my diabetes my sugar is between 106 120 very good, my new Dr. got me off the metformin because HH1 my was 5.7 very good, I won't have to see the the new Dr. in a couple months from now. My mental illness is improving time, David let's try over I will do better but I won't post that much this year but once in a while, big hugs to you all see you in this year
Mine asking what did he die from, I thought he was taking care of himself very well, last time I typed the message to was doing very well, anyway I'm sorry for ever one lost, nobody told me he was passed away. I don't want to be rude he never liked me. I wish he could see the to improve me. But I know he tried and tried for me see light. But David wherever you are I am trying this New year. I'm really walked a lot today and ate good food, been making healthy wraps and food shopping so much to be paired for the worst in the economy United States, I heard today from one of my groups I heard that take away Medicare is that true, in Feb if that happened are we going to do?
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