Getting ready for work is fun....Not

Blahhh getting ready for work checklist:

Snacks-check
dinner-check
glucose meter-check
CGM- check
heavy bag full of crap supplies-Check!!

sooooooo annoying, can't I just be carefree???

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Comment by Stress on May 29, 2012 at 8:32am

I agree - I would love to just go to work with just the keys to my car!

Comment by SEAGATOR on May 29, 2012 at 12:29pm

It will be second nature to you after a while. At age 85 I just worry if I will wake up.

STRESSED SPELLED BACKWARDS IS DESSERTS.

Reed

Comment by Scott Wilkins on May 29, 2012 at 6:54pm

"heavy bag full of crap..." I'm still getting used to that one too. When I was on MDI, I kept supplies at the major locations I would appear at during a week. Home (of course), Work, Family's houses, etc etc. Now with a pump, I'm required to carry stuff around. I've left my bag of stuff behind more than once already. Not sure how to fix this yet, except just be more dillegent (sp?)

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