THE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE.
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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

See Wendy Blog

See Wendy do dishes, finish laundry, and make dinner.

See Wendy host 8 kiddos for a Playdate Palooza.

See Wendy lose phone/internet access.

See Wendy attempt to blog from her phone unsuccessfully.

See Wendy text Tracy to make sure a post for DAY 29 makes it in time.

See Wendy tomorrow. :-)

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9 comments:

  1. Ouch! Seriously, so few sentences, but so much pain and agony in those few sentences! Hehe....life without internet? Unthinkable! The thought of hosting a playdate palooza has me shuddering with fear! I hope you survived it all!

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  2. But see, Wendy has a FB family-with or without home internet, she can get sh*t done online! LOL

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  3. WOOT WOOT! You made it! Just one more post baby!

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  4. Texting saves the day! Thank goodness for cell phones and good friends like Tracy!!!

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  5. SUPER AWESOME! Hope your internet gets fixed ASAP!

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  6. Gosh....I have a 5 year old camera phone with NO apps. Praise Jesus for small blessings.

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