Hi Marcella how are you doing. survived the heat this weekend unusually hot 88 and humid. Numbers were a little high this last week but seem to be on track again. Hope all is well in the texas heat.
It is 80 and humid. Not so hot as needing a barbaque to cool off. I still find eating frustrating now and then. All you can do is eat and test.I felt the same way i was also intimidated by eating. also its hard now and then tring to explain that too my wife. Also it took a while for her to understand that when i need to eat i need to eat and cannot wait another hour or so. Pizza if funny i have tried places where i could only eat a slice and others half a pizza. Goes to show not all crusts are the same. There ar certain things that if i cannot have them i do not want the sugar free of whatever sustitute, its just not right, so much for my ranting. I'm off to my wood carving class tonight. It lets me zone out for a couple hours which is great. Go ahead and eat the more you look around the the more there is. I found choclete covered ice cream yesterday that were 9 carbs:) and not 1" square either. Bruce
How are you doing? We had a nice weekend and back to work tommorow. readings weren't bad even after i had pizza. Funny their are 2 places where i can eat pizza and my numbers are fine. hope all is well Bruce
glad you are well. you have a cute son. i am expecting my first grandchild in december. My numbers were good for most of the day, but they didn't care for my lunch wich i thought would be fine. Hot and humid today in high 80's. take care Bruce
Hope you are feeling better. yesterday you sounded down. Sometimes this can get to ya thats for sure. I remember from the diabetes education that one food that works for one person might not work for another. what might give me high readings will give another low. When I turned 50 it felt like the check engine light came on and no matter what i do it won't go out.Hope your hanging in ok. take care Bruce
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