Tagged: sunshine Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • greatgrannybee2008 2:39 pm on September 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , house, sunshine,   

    Furriday Sunshine….Kassey

     

    I’ve been waiting patiently fur just a little sunshine on my pillow. It’s kind of cool in the house and this feels so good to my furs. I hope all my furriends have sunshine today.

     
    • natswans 4:07 am on September 23, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Lovely sun Kassey yes I’m with you on that one sweetie xx

    • Arlene 2:20 pm on September 23, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      No sunshine here to-day nor tomorrow, just wet rain 😦

  • greatgrannybee2008 2:54 pm on September 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , sunshine,   

    TGIFuridaySunshine…..Kassey

     

    As Mom checks the purrgression of the sunshine on my pillow, she says it reminds her of our friend, Beth and her tree. Mom says it’ll soon be on the floor and I can stretch my sweet self out and soak up Mr. Sun.
    I hope all my furriends hafe sunshine today.
    I just finished my fuds and it’s baf and nap.

     
     
    • Arlene 4:22 pm on September 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      You must be getting quite excited Kassey, I see you’re having a good spruce up so your’e looking our best for Mr Sun’s appearance, Say Hi to him from me.

  • greatgrannybee2008 11:00 am on February 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , diabetes2, glucose, sunshine,   

    Worried Wednesday 

    Worried Wednesday

    It’s so difficult not to worry especially when our children are having
    health issues. It’s Andy again who needs prayer. He has been diag-
    nosed with Type 2 Diabetes. I never knew anything about this and
    still know little about it. His body is holding onto the sugar and won’t
    release it, not even through the kidneys. He hasn’t been well for some
    time now and mostly just laying around the house.

    Tomorrow, Thursday, he will have the test which scares me. I don’t
    understand the reasoning behind it. He will drink about 4 ounces of
    glucose and it could result in coma or death.

    He has no appetite and had not eaten all day the afternoon he had
    blood work for this. His Glucose 136 (normal 70-100)
    His Insulin was 26.5 (normal 2.9 – 10.1)
    C-Peptide 5.5   (normal  0.8-3.1)
    AST ( SGOT )   13  ( normal  0.8-  3.1

    I hope someone can enlighten me on this disease. He told me that his
    Dad has this as well so I wonder if it’s hereditary. My first thought was
    that one of his medications is too blame.
    I will post as I know the results of this test.

    I sure need the sunshine today, don’t we all. I hope you all have sunshine
    today and are most Blessed.

     

     
    • marjie(MeMyself) 1:07 pm on February 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Dear GGB
      I can really understand your worries and concerns about Andy, but believe me Type 2 Diabetes is a lot more common than you think.
      My Mum was an insulin dependent diabetic, and she lived until she was 82.
      Two of my Sisters have Type 2 diabetes, one of them is on medication, the other one is diet controlled. All of them lead perfectly normal lives. The main thing Andy will have to do is watch the carbohydrates he consumes. Not all carbs, but those which contain sugars. Most foods these days have a nutrition information list on them and you just have to take note of the item that says” Carbohydrates” and just underneath says “of which sugars” this is the one that has to be counted. Andy will be told how many he has to limit himself to. Another really important thing is exercise. I don’t mean “pumping iron” or anything like that. Just a nice walk will work wonders..
      Please try not to worry yourself, the control of this disease has really improved these days.
      I hope I have helped a bit.
      Love Marjie x

      • greatgrannybee2008 12:42 pm on February 18, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Hi, Marjie, thank you for your informative comment. I just never knew anything about this, but through comments I”ve received, I feel so much better about it. I myself plan to go by the guidelines for this disease.
        I hope things are looking up for your Dad and your family.

    • CatsRuS 4:37 pm on February 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Hi GreatGrannyBee,
      I’m sorry to hear about Andy. I know people who have Type 2 as well and they lead very normal lives. Even my old cat Basil had diabetes and had to have insulin shots every day and lived a normal long life, (15 years which is above average for a cat especially on top of his kidney disease and hyperthyroidism as well).
      Diabetes can me managed quite well with proper diet and excercise, medicine has come a long way, so please try not to worry to much. I’m sure once Andy has been prescribed the proper regimine for him, he will catch on and start to feel better and do well.
      I’ll keep Andy in my prayers. hugs x

    • greatgrannybee2008 12:44 pm on February 18, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you, Robyn for your visit and your prayers. I hope you’re doing well and your babies as well.

c
Compose new post
j
Next post/Next comment
k
Previous post/Previous comment
r
Reply
e
Edit
o
Show/Hide comments
t
Go to top
l
Go to login
h
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
Cancel