are usually good for me. i don't stress out and over-treat my sugars. i typically see low 100s. thats my goal again this weekend.

i need support from everyone out there.

"sarah, don't panic because you're dropping, it's a good thing!"

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Comment by M on March 29, 2008 at 8:59pm
Sarah! Don't panic because you're dropping! It IS a good thing!
*pats self on the back* There, aint I a good gal lol.

But really - good on you :) Being aware of any problem is the first step. You're doing great :)
Comment by Barbara M on March 29, 2008 at 10:32pm
Hey,

I've been reading your posts and you are a very impressive and intelligent individual! When I was your age I didn't even try, I thought I knew it all. I am so happy for you taking the steps you're taking! Great job and don't sweat the small stuff. I know, I know, you're easy going!

Have a great weekend!

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