By bigjrm45 Latest Reply 2009-03-08 16:10:34 -0500
Started 2009-03-06 09:01:39 -0600

Just wanted to say thanks for making me feel at home ,I am not used to speaking out much ,but with you all I do not fear making spelling mistakes ,and in here I have friends who try to help each others out ,so thanks and may you all have a good day

10 replies

lipsie 2009-03-07 07:09:33 -0600 Report

Oh, well no worries here, welcome to the site. I am also somewhat new but I have to say these people are like a family to me in a certain kind of way. I feel I actually have support for once, besides my fiance Ty. Anyhow, glad you're here. Sheila

2009-03-06 15:32:00 -0600 Report

Hi and so glad you're here! This site is about help other diabetics, not a spelling contest. Very happy you're here! Take care! :) Angie

dj7110 2009-03-06 10:35:04 -0600 Report

welcome, and don't worry about the spelling.. my keyboard never tipes rite either at times.

Carol11 2009-03-06 09:49:54 -0600 Report

Its the spellcheck that doesn't un derstand Canadian/British English. Welcome, we're all friends here

Ginetteb 2009-03-06 10:54:34 -0600 Report

No one here is a spelling police. So just go on and type phonetically if you have to. I'm a French Canadian and I make mistakes and nobody ever pointed out that my grammar or spelling stinks. Just be yourself and keep coming back to this site. The information is great.

roger 2009-03-08 16:10:34 -0500 Report

psst they are talking about me with the spelling thing shhhh dont tell any one .my bad that was not sent to your in box it just got posted ?

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