meter says 58. a nice laid back low, feeling good, feeling like overtreating. the honeybear in the cabinet wants a big upside down hug if you know what i mean. ate the carls jr. prime rib burger and took too much insulin, but the burger was damn good. treating with a juice box and a box of raisins. i was doing some boogie moves at the pad listening to some old 80s music when i started to feel it. the low, not the music. i was feeling the music too though, hence the radical boogie moves. i'd post what i was listening to, but i'm too embarassed. it was cheesy to say the least. cheesier than the burger from carls jr. damn good burger. prolly got low from the basketball i played in the afternoon too. my jumper was off and i had too many turnovers.

ahhh...sugar kickin in. sweeet.

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Comment by Dana Clark on July 11, 2008 at 7:55pm
ah Dino, I'm with ya. Just had a 62 and instead chose the co-co pebbles. (doesn't help when I have young kids). I know that is terrible but it was nice. Anyway, enjoyed your blog and I'm with ya on the '80s music... its a must!
Comment by Denise Bevard on July 11, 2008 at 9:57pm
must be fast food night...I am on vacation this week..my treat was AW..with rootbeer float--OMG--but I did not take enough or did the dual wave a bit wacky (new at it since got CGMS about 1 month ago)...but staying up a bit late as may have over treated the high... but the bacon cheeseburger was delicious...we followed it with a family play of Rock Band on our Xbox...great night despite the high and maybe pending low... :-)!!!
Comment by Nadine on July 14, 2008 at 1:26pm
you are pretty funny.

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