Today we are delighted to be interviewing FatCatAnna's (FCA) pump Salvador Dali (SD). Salvador became FCA's side kick a few years ago after her first insulin pump Antonio Bandera's cheated on her.
EP: Hola Salvador - we are very curious - are you in any way associated artistically with the well known Spanish artist?
SD: I like to think so in my mind, but no. Except I am an original and enjoy my beautiful lime green coat I wear - so in away I'm sort of like Salvador with his love for flamboyance (am still working on growing a moustache but sometimes since I'm hidden from view most of the time you don't see its beautiful twirl ).
EP: We heard that you like to travel with FCA and that your recent adventure took you back to your name sakes birth country of Spain. You must have been excited at going there!
SD: Sí, lo fue ... sorry ... Yes I was!!! I had never been to Spain before (FCA had a few times before - but we weren't together then as she was with Antonia before). I got to experience the beautiful culture, people, and the food. Ahhh, how I miss the tapas in the evening. They eat so sensible - larger meals mid day - small meal in the evening. Even Lolita - FCA's blood meter- enjoyed herself! Here's a picture of her in Malaga on our first day there!
EP: Wow - she really stands out in the crowd! Lolita was pretty low there - for our American friends - that 2.4 mmol/l means - 43 mg/dl ! I guess due to change of time zone that happened?
SD: Si - 6 hour flight from Montreal, walking around, etc. but things were back to normal by end of our first day. Between Lolita and myself - we kept FCA in check for our holiday in Spain. Ahhh life as a jet setter - lo que sucede !
EP: Curious - we know you aren't the original Salvador Dali - but still were you not curious about being in Pablo Picasso's birth place - sort of your rival?
SD: Yes of course, to meet another fellow artist like myself - and view his work - made me quiver (ohh wait - that's me vibrating - can we take a break while I meet up with Lolita and FCA to go check the blood sugars?).
The above interview is an except from the upcoming new magazine EASY PUMPER (EP) - dedicated to the world's best custom pumps and their gracious inspiring owners.
Also, please note - that this is all fiction - that no magazine called EASY PUMPER will be evolving real soon - this was FCA's day of having fun writing with her side kicks SD (insulin pump) and Lolita (blood meter)!