So, there has to be a category for lines that aren't flatlines, but aren't exactly Himalayas either. I thought, maybe, Appalachians, but I'm not sure if I'm even spelling the word correctly.


How about just, 'Rollecoasters".


Here's my attempt to steal the honor back from onesaint. I haven't spent too much time above my high set at 140,and not too much time beloe my low set at 60, but geez I've spent a lot of time bouncing in between the two over these klast 24 hours....




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It's the end result that counts, great job! Not a bad pic either :)
Been a while since I've posted, but here's my Good, Bad and Ugly Roller coaster ride from today.
Started out great, and have recently adjusted/improved my basals overnight.
Got back from running errands, and BG was 80, and needed to mow the lawn. Had some carbs, set a temp basal (70%) as I usually do, and set out to mow. But BG started falling. Had some glucose tabs, BG still falling (confirmed with meter 70), ate some crackers + grapes. Probably 40-50 carbs total, I lost track. Don't know why the delay, but they finally kicked in. Dex shows 300+, but meter BG high was 253. Bolused for the 50 carbs by injection, and had a small dinner, and finally it has leveled out. What a ride !

Well, I hate to tell you this, but that line is NOT pretty! :-( It looks more like Mount Everest than a rollercoaster! But at least there's a 104 with a flat arrow -- hope you can keep it there!
I debated whether to post under Rocky Mountains vs Roller Coasters ! Today went much better.

Oh, boy, what a ride. Napped and one of my dogs woke me up. High 40s, shaky low. Can you say overcorrect?




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