Marie B's Blog – March 2009 Archive (1)

I'm having a good day!

Wow, I don't know what I did, but I'm here to report almost perfect blood sugar numbers so far today:

4AM 114

8:20 114 (where's my dawn phenom?) bolused 2.0 for 20 gm

11:00 106

12:00 80

1:00 102 bolused 2.8 for 30 gm.

3:30 103 (took basal to 0% for 2 hours because of walking)

4:30 70 (oh well, almost perfect)



plus, I got a good night's sleep, got an idea for a great quilt and made all the parts for it, had some laughs with my husband, and watched… Continue

Added by Marie B on March 20, 2009 at 1:59pm — 3 Comments

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