Yesterday was a diabetic disaster...

Highs, Highs and more Highs complete with blurry vision and tons of H2O...yes, it was a boatload of fun.

Alright, no, it wasn't so much fun but it did get me singing my favorite modified version of the RHCP Rollercoaster of Love song that I LOVE to sing when my BG's are bouncin’ all around. : )

Check it the whole story, complete with RHCP video over on my blog : )

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Comment by Kevin on July 10, 2009 at 9:45pm
Occasionally I'll have an erratic blood sugar day. If it's too bad.... I'll take a sick day from work. What usually happens is I'll do a correction bolus, and another, and another...... eventually the blood sugar falls like waterfall.

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