Moments of Wonderful

…rather than a lifetime of nothing special. A diabetes blog.

Moments of Wonderful - …rather than a lifetime of nothing special. A diabetes blog.

Dexcom dreams

I had the strangest dream Sunday night. I was so odd that I wrote down part of it so I wouldn’t forget when I got out of bed because I needed to be able to talk about it.

I was headed to a birthday party for one of my friends with diabetes. It wasn’t just a feeling that this was someone I knew – it was actually an identifiable member of the diabetes blogging community. I was standing outside the party waiting for him to arrive. Somehow I knew he had recently been to the doctor so as he walked up to the party I asked him how he was doing.

He said he was doing well but I could tell that something was wrong so I asked again. Apparently his doctor told him “I think you are the only one that should know about the buzzes and beeps.” [that’s the part I wrote down]

What the heck does that mean?

Dexcom dreams or nightmaresDo you think it was really supposed to be about the other person? Should I tell them? Is it about me? Why do I have subconscious issues with the Dexcom? Does this mean I should stop posting Dexcom pictures (see attached)?

Category: Dexcom
Tag:
  • PancreasticMom says:

    Funny what our brains can come up with. I think “the buzzes and the beeps” are a given. We sure have had a heaping helping of them in the past 24 hours! Keep posting:) Makes the rest of us feel a little more OK with it all:)

    May 7, 2013 at 6:40 am
  • StephenS says:

    In short:
    No.
    Why not?
    Yes.
    Don’t know.
    Definitely Not.

    May 7, 2013 at 7:22 am
  • katy says:

    never stop! beeps and buzzes 4evah.

    May 7, 2013 at 7:32 am
  • Kim says:

    Surprise! Dexcom use leads to mind control. Weee!

    May 7, 2013 at 10:41 am

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

%d bloggers like this: