2nd day in a row...low in the morning. at work. trying to do the water cooler talk when you're sugar is 51 is not fun.

had to excuse myself. simply said "bob...my blood sugar's low. i gotta split."

ok so his name isn't bob. i just thought the quote sounded better with the name bob.

now i post so that i don't overtreat. i overtreated last time. it was ugly.

but surprisingly delicious.

if you ever saw the movie half-baked where in the beginning there's a flashback scene and the snacks are huge and the kids are engulfed in all the sugary snacky goodness of the convenient store....

yeah overtreating a low blood sugar feels like that to me. i must resist.

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Comment by John E on October 16, 2008 at 9:12am
Mmmm, sugary snacky goodness...

Yeah, self-control is an important part of maintaining good BG. For me it's one of the more difficult things too.
Comment by Tarra on October 16, 2008 at 1:58pm
I have had way too many days like that. I know once i get low blood sugar tends to pop up again even treating with the right amount of glucose tabs.

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