muddybrooks

My experiences post total pancreatectomy.

About

I am a middle aged woman with a wonderful, loving & supportive husband. I also have a soon to be college graduate son who is equally loving & just as supportive as his dad.

I’m an RN & former cardiothoracic intensive care nurse who has been unable to fulfill my career goals due to illness but I have created a wonderful life with my family & friends. I wouldn’t change a thing! OK, maybe I would change a couple of things, like biting my nails. But for the most part, my life is Good!!

As Kerry Sparling, from “Six Until Me” has said, ‘Diabetes doesn’t define me. It just explains a lot about me”


2 responses to “About

  1. I notice I have received a number of emails from you supporting my blog. It is very nice to know what I have written is helpful to you. Thanks for letting me know.

    • n1iwr says:

      I just discovered ur blog & I LOVE ur concept of looking at what is working in our Diabetes management instead of what isn’t working. So, I’ve been reading as much as I can of what u’ve written!!

      I’ve read a couple of ur books & have learned a lot so thank u!!!

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