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Old 01-25-2015, 08:46   #9051
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I was going to pick up some Icebug™ winter shoes and then get back into running but they cost so much! I then read online that some people simply screw 3/8" screws from the bottom up into the soles of an old pair of sneakers and those work just as well. I 'll likely give it a go tomorrow and see how I fare.
Thanks for the tip! Looking at Icebugs now....
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70mg/dl this morning....seeing the continuing drop of daytime and fasting numbers, and the return of icky symptoms. Can't drink enough water! Camel slosh.....

It's cold here, but stopped snowing. Plannning a lamb, spinach and lemon curry for lunch.


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A 106 (5.9) this morning.

Felt crummy all day yesterday. Some cold meds and early to bed and mostly uninterrupted sleep, better this morning. Looking forward to my day off tomorrow. Technically 2 days, 48 hours from 6 tonight unit 6 Tuesday night, but like Brett Butler, frankly Miss Scarlett, I don't give a damn. Monday is one day off, but Monday off is usually good. All the MM quarterbacks are back and you don't have to listen to the critiques.

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190 this morning.

CD, we have ice grippers that go on the soles of our shoes I doubt they'd work for running, but are great for walking.

Yesterday's predicted storm turned out to be only around 8" of snow. Perhaps more tomorrow along with cold temperatures.

Working on getting my little Raspberry Pi computer up and running. Perhaps by tomorrow I can use it for this. It's cool! A $50 computer running free Linux OS. I'm thinking of getting another three or four and making a small "super computer" with parallel processors.

Heavens! I may have become a geek! Or maybe a nerd? Oh well, the last time I inadvertantly swerved into hipness was back in 1993...
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105 / 5.8 this morning. Still stinking hot and humid here.

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143 BS this morning (Ouch! Where did that come from?!?), but 73 two hours after breakfast. Feeling fine, hope you have a joyful Sunday.

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4,2 this morning.
I just love it when my BG act as it should.
One month ago I became a grandmother for the first time and tuesday we are going to visit our little grandson for the second time. I`m really looking forward to see him and of course his parents.

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101 (5.6) this morning. I'm actually surprised it's not higher, considering how much protein I have eaten in the last two days, but I am on vacation and it has really been good. Twin lobster tails last night with lots of drawn butter. There was lots of butter and the vegie was broccoli so I dipped it into the butter also. That is GOOD, I'm going to have to try that at home.
It's supposed to be 75°F today but windy. It's been windy all weekend, I'm really not fond of wind but it is what it is. Sure like the temps though.

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147 at 2:00 am. Not happy. Diet, exercise, and Metformin not controlling BS. Are the people who post their A1Cs below 6.0 on more powerful meds, because it can't be that my diet and exercise is that much worse than whatever they are doing.

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