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Old 10-04-2013, 10:17   #61
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167 this morning.

Wow, I sure hope everybody feels better soon!

CD, you might try connecting your MacBook directly to the TV via cable, if the TV has an HDMI input. Ethernet to Apple TV also works, or iPad mirroring is useful. Any way you can find to bypass Windows is likely a good idea.

Still drunk from Neurontin today but not much pain relief. Went to bed early again, but at least I didn't pass out in the middle of dinner. Clumsiness and myoclonus continue to increase despite meds, but I demand of myself that I perform all duties as usual. Managed to fall asleep at the end of my computer music class yesterday, but at least the kids had already left and I woke up in time for my next class.

Another day! Surely it will be better for us all...

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167 this morning.

Wow, I sure hope everybody feels better soon!

CD, you might try connecting your MacBook directly to the TV via cable, if the TV has an HDMI input. Ethernet to Apple TV also works, or iPad mirroring is useful. Any way you can find to bypass Windows is likely a good idea.

Still drunk from Neurontin today but not much pain relief. Went to bed early again, but at least I didn't pass out in the middle of dinner. Clumsiness and myoclonus continue to increase despite meds, but I demand of myself that I perform all duties as usual. Managed to fall asleep at the end of my computer music class yesterday, but at least the kids had already left and I woke up in time for my next class.

Another day! Surely it will be better for us all...
That was my first intention but they don't allow outside connections when there is a computer podium in the room. In any other room, I usually use my Retina Macbook Pro. As well, HDMI is way too advanced for these guys, they are still rocking VGA cables with RCA audio!

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141 today. Volunteering at my son's school today at the science fair, so it should be fun. Can't wait! Everyone have a great one!

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116 this morning. Not bad, but I'd like it below 100.

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122 this morning. Still dealing with a head cold so back to bed.

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97 today morning. Need to have tighter control. Good thing is that we are on a tight budget after buying a house so eating out is a restricted luxury. Hence chances of binging should be less. Will try and cook Sth tasty but low carb tomm. Egg curry maybe?

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WOW wish i had a 5.9 after eating a late dinner -- ate late dinner last night (11pm) with no insulin (I will not give myself fast acting insulin after around 9:30pm as I do not want to wake up dead with a bottoming out BG) so this morning a horrible 150 (8.3)

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100 this morning after a cup or so of cottage cheese late last night. Not bad...




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75 (4.15) this morning, 82 (4.5) at bedtime.

I had coupons for cashews yesterday and bought 2 cans of them. Last night I had about 1/2 ounce before bed. I really expected to see a higher number this morning because of it. I haven't had cashews in about a year (high carb) but they sounded so good yesterday and boy did they taste good!! Will have to be very careful of overdoing on them though.

I have had some sort of intestinal bug the last couple of days so haven't eaten much, maybe that is why I got away w/the cashews? Better today thank heavens!

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We're in sync again grammaB, 4.1 for me too.

Feeling somewhat better this morning glad to be back the the 4s. The day of readings mostly in the 3s wasn't pleasant, felt weak and lethargic.

Looks like a sunny, warm day ahead. I have an appointment with the podiatrist and then into the garden for the afternoon.

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