Ryan's Blog – June 2009 Archive (3)

update, of sorts :) with numbas

So, the bg nightmare is still in full swing. Some of you may have read my discussion

Here about my fluctuating numbers. I decided to make a new logbook because the ones that come with meters are ridiculously tiny and annoying.

I'll give you guys my last seven days:

6-18:

29 @ 2:31 am

118 @ 1:11 pm

112 @ 3:40…
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Added by Ryan on June 25, 2009 at 8:09am — 3 Comments

Sometimes things seem dark but there is always light.

So yesterday I was in a bit of a tiff with life. For back story the last couple of weeks have been a testament to Murphy's law. My car decided to die on me and after replacing the battery, two fuses, the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap and rotor it still wouldn't run, i figured out it's the ignition control module that's about a hundred bucks or so, and I'm going to have to wait two weeks to buy one. Oh and my right rear tire is flat. What a sweet deal, I spent 250 bucks and the car is… Continue

Added by Ryan on June 6, 2009 at 9:25am — No Comments

Numbers, numbers, numbers...my life is all about math.

I hate math. I'm more into science and law. But as every diabetic knows....life with the beetus becomes life with math. I'm pretty lucky though I have a really great group of friends who are super supportive about counting things haha.

I do have some big news though, sanofi-aventis gave me a years worth of lantus for free! all i did was fill out some paperwork, make a copy of my tax return for verification of my poorness and take it to my doctor who filled out a section and three weeks… Continue

Added by Ryan on June 1, 2009 at 11:15am — 2 Comments

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