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Saturday, May 14, 2011

DBlogWeek: Day 6 - Saturday Snapshots


To the best of us, yo.

Peace out,
and
Happy Saturday!

PS -- I scheduled this to post at the exact minute I have to wake up to drag myself to BodyBack.
Just because I wanted to know I wasn't alone.
Thanks for being there, Friends!



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20 comments:

  1. Great face and yes, it happens to us all!

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  2. I think we see that way too often around here! :p Love the expression on her face!

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  3. it certainly does...but what a cutie pie!

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  4. LOVE IT...and yep, happens to the best of us...love the expression!

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  5. Yikes! But it does happen unfortunately. Love her face ;)

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  6. I LOVE this picture! Her little face and expression cracks me up. =)

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  7. Super awesome! Love the pic. Have a great Weekend my friend!
    :)

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  8. This picture is perfect, in a very unperfect way. :)

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  9. Oh your daughters face is priceless. Now if only I could capture myself when I have my next high! Had one a few weeks ago on holiday - friggin' 25 mmol/l (bolused with pen needle - forget the pump giving me 5 units of insulin!!)

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  10. Great pic - I think we've all had those moments when the meter gives us a jolt to reality.

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  11. SH.... indeed!! Had one of those moments this mornings...darn those yummy chocolate 'muffins' I made for a special Saturday breakfast!
    So should have taken a pic!!!

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  12. Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhh! Love the pic and the missing front teeth make it even better. Thanks for your comments and the warm welcome!

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  13. yup. thanks for the honesty, little candy heart!

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  14. It does happen to the best of us and she captured the way I feel when I see Kennedy's pump read numbers like that!! Thanks for the honesty!

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