Good news from my doctor: I don’t have diabetes anymore. Blood tests prove it, she declared. I’m delighted – but wary. I’ve been taking Metformin for years, and have credited it for my low blood sugar levels. So I’m laying off the Metformin for a week, then testing my blood to see if it’s still within safe levels. Meanwhile, tentatively, hurrah!

I’ve been buying t-shirts with snarky or funny or witty things printed on them for Christmas gifts. I like: If All Is Not Lost – Where Is It? And: If We Get Caught, You’re Deaf And I Can’t Speak English. And: I Can Explain It To You, But I Can’t Understand It For You. I’m buying each one based on the personality of the person, and it’s great fun to find one that fits exactly. I just found a new one: What Part of MEOW Don’t You Understand?

I’ve been writing less and less about composition.  Perhaps I should withdraw from this blog?

About Ellen

Professional Mad Scientist for several years. Retired.
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