l.. So, I know I was all super dramatic in my last post freaking out about being alone and managing my diabetes but it's really not been that bad. There's really only been like 2 times so far when I started to eat before realizing I hadn't tested and shot yet. And for the most part my blood sugars have been pretty good and below the 200 range. This may be helped by the fact that I've been pretty busy. Like I mentioned in the last post I have a bit of a book obsession/addiction. And with my new bookshelf I've needed to rearrange my room. This also has prompted me to clean my room and go through my stuff and sort through things I don't use. I have discovered that I'm a bit of a pack rat. So on Friday night I moved everything completely out of my room except for my bed and bigger bookshelf and then set about my task. After two days of almost constant work it's almost done. Only problem being I can't seem to put together my new bookshelf, so it's sitting half completed in the middle of my floor taunting me.
I didn't do any work today (well... yet. It's only 6:30 there's still time). I woke up for a couple of hours this morning to feed the cats and dogs and take the dogs out and then fell back asleep and woke up about an hour ago. That being said my blood sugar is still pretty low. Usually when I don't get up and do things and eat normally my blood sugar skyrockets. IDK maybe my body likes me now :D
Once again thanks for the love and support! I'm off to go read some more of the Hobbit!

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Comment by Judith in Portland on December 29, 2013 at 6:48pm

The Hobbit heals all ills! I got to get my grandson the special anniversary edition for Christmas---a thrill to have the next generation getting into it. I have to reread them before I see the movies! Rest be better daily.....Blessings

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