Piles of work on my desk. I feel like procrastinating.

I think I'll run a blood sugar test.

122 mg/dl. What's yours?

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judging by feel...302
holy cow! 124?!?!

well, in that case... i'm glad i saw this page. now i can correct!
OK. It's about one hour later and I'm at 68 mg/dl. Can I make it to lunch, or should I have a glucose tablet?
one hour since eating? woah, that's pretty low. i don't know... if it were me... i'd take the food and run! lol. i always rejoice at "emergency snacks".
Here's the whole sordid tale: 295 at breakfast (I think I rebounded from an overnight low). Took correction bolus. Waited one hour, gave bolus for 30 g carb breakfast sandwich. Must have had too much correction bolus, because had a 52 one hour AFTER eating. Took 2 glucose tabs. Went from 52 to 97 in about 15 minutes. Then had the 122, so far, so good. Then the 68. Yes, definitely too much correction plus some mealtime insulin overlap. I think it's time for lunch!
When are you having lunch?
Mine was at 69 so I ate lunch immediately.
150, and it is now lunch time.
477 just did a correction bolus (no ketones) - now 120
85 ..... and lunch time :)
107 before lunch, down from 202 after breakfast.
91 waking, 117 after coffee, 104 before breakfast, 76 1 hr. after breakfast, 153 2 hrs. after, 60 before lunch. It's been a good morning.
Smoooooth! Way to go.

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