My CGM battery died in the middle of the night. Wish I would have known I was out of range so I could have treated it sooner.
Since I was out of range when I woke up, I prebolused my breakfast dose to give my insulin a bit of a headstart. Udi’s Dark Chocolate Brownie Bites get a big thumbs up.
Catching up on all the shows I missed the last few weeks on JDRF Gala duty.
Insulin pump supplies arrived on Friday. Putting them away on my super organized shelf (click picture to see more about supply shelf).
Saw this in a brochure while cleaning through papers I received at a diabetes event. Can we discuss her painful technique?!
I’ve just got a few papers to add to my spreadsheet (JDRF volunteer sign in forms).
There are certain advantages to certain people being on the board of a certain local nonprofit organization. #notbes #photobomb
Cleaning the kitchen. The mermaids are courtesy of the sibling of a CWD and the paper in the left corner are the school orders for a local CWD (I’m the emergency contact).
Saturday snaps inception style? Editing the first few hours of pictures.
And this was the hour that I realized it wasn’t just a post meal high but that I completely forgot to bolus for dinner.
When you are taking a picture every hour you really get to see how slowly an insulin correction actually works.
I could not handle another (out of range) CGM picture, so let’s share a random moment. I promise the painting isn’t crooked, just the only way to take a picture directly in front of it would be from inside the kitchen sink.
There is no better way to close out the day of pictures than Bes and the first CGM value finally back in range (159).
Back for another year, let’s show everyone what life with diabetes looks like! With a nod to the Diabetes 365 project, let’s grab our cameras again and share some more d-related pictures. Post as many or as few as you’d like. Feel free to blog your thoughts on or explanations of your pictures, or leave out the written words and let the pictures speak for themselves.