Work has been crazy, but at least my pod has been working well. I was able to stay in "range" almost all day yesterday. Small victories. I did have a nice flat line from lunch until dinner, and had a similar one the evening before hand. Overnight last night was my best ever with the pod (though being out of 4 total days that's not saying much :D) Went to bed at 140 and woke up at 114 at 7am.

Weirdly it spiked up to 160 after 7. No food, no change in basal. I've never been known for DP, so I'll have to look and see if this is a trend.

The G4 continues to be spot on, I'm nearing day 14 on my sensor and every single reading has been within 15 points, and on average it's more like 2 or 3 points.

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