Guess what greeted me when I took my fasting blood sugar this morning?
I get unreasonably excited about that elusive perfect 100. You do know that when you get a #hundy you also get $1.00, right? I showed my meter to Pete as he left for work, and he pulled out his wallet and handed over my dollar. I folded it up and put it in the pocket of my meter case, along with other dollars from other
Back in 2010, Pete and I ran a few 5K races. I was slow and I took a lot of walking breaks, but I really did enjoy it. But then we took a four year break. (I don’t know why, but we did).
This year we’ve been training again, and our first 5K of the season is on Saturday. I’m not quite ready, but I’m doing better than I did in 2010. I can run just over 4K without walking. My plan is to have
Every year during Diabetes Blog Week I get to meet a few members of the DOC I hadn’t had an opportunity to interact with - and I love it!! This year one of the people I got to meet was Rick Phillips and I’m so glad to have made his acquaintance. When he offered to write a guest post for me I jumped at the chance! I think you’ll enjoy getting to know Rick just as much as I have.
I feel very lucky that the people in my life do their best to understand how tough diabetes can be sometimes and to support me when I need it. But no matter how hard they try, I feel like they won’t ever really understand how exhausting diabetes can be - both physically and mentally.
Lately it’s been the physical exhaustion that has been hitting hard. I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting
So I’ve given up calling posts “Wordless Wednesday” because I’m pretty sure I am never, ever Wordless. Instead I’ve come up with “What’s That Wednesday” since I always show you a picture and then proceed to explain it.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what I use to treat my lows. I’ve gotten pretty sick of juice over the years. I’ve also gotten tired of glucose tablets, even delicious