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70-140 Range 11/14/2010
I had friends and family over and went a little crazy. I'm human! Does it look more like the Himalayas or Rocky Mountains? Hmm..
Post your not so flatline (low and high peaks) like photo's within this discussion. I personally like to show photo's like the above because my life (even though it may seem to some) is not always 104 mg/dl 24/7. I'm trying to learn from these trends/photo's too. What did I do wrong?
Well, all I did was go out to dinner with friends -- not really celebrating Christmas, but just enjoying each other. But the problem is that if you put food in front of me, I EAT it!! And consume the leftovers for breakfast in the morning! I've decided I'm not diabetic, I'm just FOOD intolerant!! LOL!! Highest I went was 395 and lowest was 61 -- I wish my stupid body would make up its mind!!!
Wow! That's spectacular! I read about it in the other thread and thought "I wonder what that looked like?" but now I know!
Holy Dexcom! Love it (the line, not the numbers that made it). Beats out my sea gulls any day :)
And... yes, this is a fine place to post it ;) Looks like a day for a nap to me.
lol!! thanks!! I have to see the sea gulls now ;)