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Glad everything turned out well for you and your stay was short. Frankly, your hospital adventure is one of my phobias. I'm not sure I could turn over the reins of my diabetes care to anyone unless I was totally unable to do it.

What a wonderful reminder to value the simple things. Very glad to hear that your hospital stay went well and you are home and recouperating. I hope things continue to get better for you, and you're back to your old self in no time.


It's wonderful that you got through it all so quickly and can be home for Christmas. I'm thrilled for you.

I wish you a speedy recovery and the very best of Christmas days.

Welcome home!

Glad that you were pleasantly surprised and able to get home so much sooner than expected.

I also think it was neat for there to be so much two-way communication between you and the nurse(s?). It helped them understand things from your perspective, and it helped you understand things from their perspective - and shed some light on what they normally see there.

Have yourself a happy holiday and I'm hoping for a nice, relaxing, smooth recovery for you.

Take care!

I've been in similar shoes about being in the hospital for a non-d surgery and needing to explain to docs and nurses that I know what I'm doing. But yes, it's true that if you had some kind of horrible incident happen, it would be on the hospital's watch and therefore, wouldn't be good for anyone, including you the diabetic. Glad you're out and home (with a lot of Grey's Anatomy to watch--it'll be great.) Welcome back.

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