It’s been one piece of bad news after another around here over the past couple of weeks. And I’m beginning to understand that grief sends my diabetes management in two completely different directions.
The first is the “eff it all” mentality. And there is nothing like bad news to make me crave curling up with a big bowl of carby indulgence. Hello Macaroni and Cheese. Bring on all the warm,
Imagine you head out for pizza with the love of your life, and every few minutes you hear your pump’s low alarm. But when you check your pump, it wasn’t alarming. That’s exactly what happened to me and it was weird!!
Pete and I had just finished packing for a long weekend in Florida with his family so I checked my purse, thinking that perhaps I had stashed my old, spare, backup pump in there
After inserting a new sensor yesterday I began getting “Sensor Error” messages during the warm-up period. I called the HelpLine, who went over insertion techniques and did a bit more trouble-shooting, and we decided to give the sensor some more time to see if it worked itself out. I was later able to start and calibrate it and it worked fine . . . . . for a few hours, until the Sensor Errors
When the bad days are increasingly outweighing the good ones, it can help to know others understand. Don’t miss this important Diabetes and Depression chat today on TuDiabetes.
It’s hard to believe that tomorrow is already the first day of April. (Especially since I’m looking out my window right now to see flakes wafting down and the ground covered in white . . . . again . . . even though all our snow had finally melted. I’m not happy with this turn of events. But I digress . . . ) Anyway, it’s true. Spring is here (or so they tell me) and April starts tomorrow.