Kate, AKA Queen of the 1-11 hour Flatline area strikes again. She has managed to pull off a perfectly level 3 hour Flatline this time.... not an easy task to achieve. Good morning Sunshine indeed!

Reply by Kate on May 24, 2011 at 4:44am

"Good Morning, Sunshine!"

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still working on bringing those numbers down but its a start :)

It's a great start!!

:)

another flat line!! I have been having a lot of flatlines lately I'm loving it!! :)

Awesome! Well done. Fun, isn't it?

thank you & yes very ;)

*Very* flat!! Way to go!

isn't!! I am really kicking ass lol!!

Sorry for the delay, my turn to fix breakfast.
Ok, maybe it wasn't a dislodged cannula, or was. Dinner was chicken tortilla soup (a few chips crumbed on top), lots of vegis, lean chicken, with milk and a cookie. Lower carb than usual and less fat. Though I estimated carbs OK, it must have metabolized fast. Need to start dinners earlier to be able to deal with what might happen.
So when he flattened out at 88 thought things would be OK, he woke to beeps during the night but said he didn't feel low. Fingerstick when he got up at 6:50 was 76 so I'm assuming in was accurate, scary.

Oy! Looks like me yesterday. Hope today is stabler!

Oh, I am exhausted just looking at that one! Hope the rest of the day went well!

Wow, that looks like my morning. Those ups and downs are such a pain.

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