Wow, I don't know what I did, but I'm here to report almost perfect blood sugar numbers so far today:
4AM 114
8:20 114 (where's my dawn phenom?) bolused 2.0 for 20 gm
11:00 106
12:00 80
1:00 102 bolused 2.8 for 30 gm.
3:30 103 (took basal to 0% for 2 hours because of walking)
4:30 70 (oh well, almost perfect)

plus, I got a good night's sleep, got an idea for a great quilt and made all the parts for it, had some laughs with my husband, and watched the swans flying around the lake chasing each other.

I'm very thankful, and wish all of you reading this happy numbers, too!

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Comment by debb on March 20, 2009 at 3:51pm
whoo-hoo!!!! what great news marie. it's spring. good things happen in the spring.
now we just need warm weather to go along with the rest of it. sigh!!! maybe next week.
Comment by Kristin on March 21, 2009 at 3:36am
Wow! GREAT day :)
Comment by Debbie on March 21, 2009 at 7:49am
Keep on Keepin on!....How wonderful...I think like Debb said its spring!...You live in such a wonderful tranquil place and right now is the perfect time for chillin and watchin everything come back to life!...Couldnt be more perfect......Swans,,,,,hubby,,,,,,,and hobbby!....WOW! congrats!
Deb
Comment by Prz13 on March 21, 2009 at 12:54pm
Fantastic!! It's not a fight against the condition.It is taking control.Like that song "but this bird you can not change." That is bull. You can!

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