I can't decide. If I was a Smurf, I would either be Grouchy Smurf or Grinny Smurf today.

I'm in a smidge of a diabetes slump, coming off of a weekend that hit the highs of 400's and lows in the 30's. No rhyme or reason to the chaos, but instead a perfect storm of variables that sent me spinning. Now that I'm settled back into the routine of a work week, I'm feeling a little grouchy about the weekend numbers, yet oddly amused by everything (per usual).

I'm a huge proponent of laughter being the second-best medicine (second only to insulin, which I need in order to muster up a laugh, right?). A solid sense of humor lends light to even the darkest hours.

Signed,

Grinny Smurf.

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Comment by linda buzogany on July 30, 2007 at 11:13am
I'm so glad you shared how crazed your number were on vaca...we just got back and my son's numbers were almost always in one of those extremes (30-400) vs. anywhere in between!

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