24 December 2019 at 9.21am
Good morning and thank you for your e-mail.
Unfortunately I am out of the office on a Christmas break. I can probably be found looking at Christmas lights, playing board games with my family, helping out with Christmas lunch, eating, drinking, getting my festive binge watching on or browsing ebay for some bargains on my own Christmas wish list.
I’m trying not to think about work at all. I will not be tending to any hypos, high blood sugars, bolus calculations, blood sugar checks, infusion set changes, cartridge refills, sensor replacements, meal preparation or physical activity during this time. But I wouldn’t say no to a nice unicorn.
If your matter is urgent, please don’t contact me. Unfortunately my entire team of one will be unavailable over the festive season, as I’ve decided to give them a well earned break for all of their hard work this year. You may appreciate that this team of one works right around the clock, 24/7, 365 days of the year for free to provide you with the very best level of care.
Please bear with me. Your patience is greatly appreciated during this time.
I will get back to you upon my return to the office at a time of my choosing after Christmas.
Last but not least, I would like wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thanks for following my adventures this year. You, the diabetes community, mean the world to me and I couldn’t have done this year without you.
CEO at Frank’s Diabetes Ltd
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