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Old 10-03-2013, 18:36   #51
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5.6 (106) this morning.
4.9 ( 88) last night
5.2 ( 93) at 4.30 today. Felt very tired.

My doctor scheduled another appointment for me to fit the BP 24hr monitor machine, which I don't see the need for. At the pharmacy my BP 120/79
at the docs office 140/80 and he says that ones BP fluctuates, so what is his point. I cancelled the appointment due to time constraints. oi.

Maybe my BP is up because the Springboks didn't get the bonus point for Saturday

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Failed to test this morning. But, did test after lunch with a young friend where I ate a sour cream enchilada (Just one) and some of the beans and tested one hr. after and was 139. Glad I didn't like the enchilada at all!




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75 (4.15) this cloudy windy morning, 77 (4.26) at bedtime.

@Mary, Fall is my favorite season also. My late DH and I got married mid October. For our honeymoon we flew from CA to MA then drove all around the East Coast to see the foliage which was gorgeous!! The we took the train up to Montreal and took the Canadian Via train across Canada to Vancouver stopping overnight in several cities. Talk about scenery, OMG it was gorgeous!!

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Snap gramaB, 4.1 this morning.

Not feeling particularly well again today. Yesterday, although eating usual foods, my readings were in the 3s. From what I read here most of you experience higher readings when unwell - not sure why mine were lower. I think I have a virus that's going around, usually 2 or 3 days duration so hopefully feeling better soon.

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I tested it again at 5 and it had dropped into range...102, so we'll see what happens next. Tomorrow will be high I guess and then a few days after that...

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5.7 (103) this morning. sun bursting through a few clouds. Cool & calm.

Freya I hope you feel better soon. I had a 3 once or twice and felt rather weakish. Y'day I had a chicken salad lunch with a friend and suddenly felt very very tired, I was exhausted by 4.30ish when I got in. Frustrating in its unpredictability.

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4.6 this morning. Clear skies and windy. In an hour away to the physiotherapist again.

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4.6 this morning. Clear skies and windy. In an hour away to the physiotherapist again.
lovely autumn morning. 4.9 on waking, 5.9 1 hr after breakfast.

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A 5.9 for me this morning resulting from a late dinner. The testing took much longer than anticipated but worked out fairly well since we brought our own speakers along. The dreaded Windows laptop though, it stuttered throughout the audio while both the audio and video appeared to be out of sync (which has never happened on any other computer).

The test we performed is called the Watson-Baker Listening Comprehension Test and is used to score students listening capabilities in real-world situations e.g. getting a list of directions from someone on the street and being able to recall them or recalling the particulars of a conversation. The previous days testing sessions included a Nelson-Denny Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension Test and a lecture recall test on the subject of Giberillins (an enzyme found in plants that promote plant growth). We test 1st year Biology students both in Stockholm and in Edinburgh since both have class instruction in English and both use the same textbook written in English. The tests are done to determine the capabilities of non-native speakers of English in comparison with native speakers.

@Mary - It's been my dream as well and I'm so happy to have been given a second chance to follow it!

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An 87 (4,8) this morning.

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