The other day I was cleaning up my yard from Tropical Storm Fay which dumped about 10-12 inces of rain on us. I was working cutting up fallen trees and limbs with my chainsaw for about 2 hours when I thought maybe I should check my sugar level. Usually I would hear my cgms alarm and feel it vibrate, but with all the noise and vibration of the saw, I didn't. So when I looked.....it read LOW (40 or less). I came in and used my meter, and I was 38...nice!...I felt fine and like I could just keep going....
Hello Florida Orange Juice!!!!

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I totally understand. My lows 50% of the time are like that, I feel fine and feel I could take on the world.
It's a good thing you thought about checking!!
Hello! So glad your safe and you were able to get to the ORANGE JUICE before it was to late.You take care of yourself. Nothing like Florida OJ. Have a Sunshine Florida day. diabeticidol94

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