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Old 02-01-2015, 16:23   #9191
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72 this morning. It's nasty looking outside, so of course the drive in to work tomorrow will probably be a an icy one. Such is winter

Judy, 4 paw drive....LOVE that!!

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Well, here's three cheers to all our great dogs, (and yes, those demanding independent cats, too)
I woke up with FBS of 118, not so good, but it came down SLOWLY to 82 three hours after breakfast. Back on track, feeling fine...thermometer said 38 degrees at 7:00. High clouds moving in, Could rain be approaching...?
Happy Sunday to all, stay warm and well.

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154, 164 before breakfast. I'm irritated this am, since I watched my daughter stuff her face with oreo cookies and milk all day yesterday. I commented that if she wanted to be where I am in 20 years just go on eating them. I know she has diabetes already and the oldest called me from the wicked city of new Orleans at 2:30 am to tell me about her panic attack down in the crowds. I asked her if she tested her blood sugar and she said no, she left the meter in her purse. She has hypoglycemia and stated that her blood sugar is as high as 200. I told her she gave panic attack by calling at that time of the am.

What am I'm going to do with these girls, of course neither one of them have medical insurance so I dont think they will go to the doc's any time soon.

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A 91 (5.1) this morning.

Got a 6 inch snowfall equivalent of rain, much easier to shovel. Not expecting any snow anytime soon, it is dipping below freezing 3 nights this next week but predicting 0% chance of precipitation at those times.

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154, 164 before breakfast. I'm irritated this am, since I watched my daughter stuff her face with oreo cookies and milk all day yesterday. I commented that if she wanted to be where I am in 20 years just go on eating them. I know she has diabetes already and the oldest called me from the wicked city of new Orleans at 2:30 am to tell me about her panic attack down in the crowds. I asked her if she tested her blood sugar and she said no, she left the meter in her purse. She has hypoglycemia and stated that her blood sugar is as high as 200. I told her she gave panic attack by calling at that time of the am.

What am I'm going to do with these girls, of course neither one of them have medical insurance so I dont think they will go to the doc's any time soon.
Wow, Roxanne, that sounds very scary. Are they at all worried about it? Isn't there any kind of low cost public health clinic where you are? I hope they get some help before they do themselves some damage that would be hard to undo. She has a meter; for some reason she must not quite accept that D. is for real

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Wow, Roxanne, that sounds very scary. Are they at all worried about it? Isn't there any kind of low cost public health clinic where you are? I hope they get some help before they do themselves some damage that would be hard to undo. She has a meter; for some reason she must not quite accept that D. is for real
She passed out twice, once in her home and once at the bank. The EMS did not make her go to the hospital. Her husband refuses to get her medical insurance, although he is covered. Ok that pisses me off and I don't respect him for that. No I don't think they are at all concerned and I don't paint them a pretty picture. They watched their grandfather dwindle away back in the day when we didn't have meters, but he did try to control his blood sugar by peeing on a stick and trying to eat right. They have no excuses with their behavior.

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76 (4.2) this morning, 79 (4.37) at bedtime.

29įF here now and ever so lightly snowing. Not sure how much is going to stick, but I'm getting the garbage up to the top of the road soon.

@Roxanne, I am so sorry about your daughters!! Hopefully they will see the light sooner rather than later. And that son in law is a piece of for not getting her insurance! That's appalling!!!
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I had a 5,2 this morning.
When my body wanted more insulin a periode I increased the dose, and now I`m nearly back to normal (12 units Lantus in the morning and 2 in the night)

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100 / 5.5 this morning

Roxanne, fear for our children is the worst. I am so sorry you, and they, are going through this!

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255 this morning despite high basal rate and repeated boluses last night. Finally stopped antibiotic for recurrent UTIs yesterday and I hope the infection's not back. Seeing the infectious disease doc and urologist in a week...

JimT's 10-14 inches of snow is arriving with about 6" so far. It's light and powdery though and should be easy for the snowblower.

I got errands done yesterday including a stop at Staples for a little keyboard/trackpad for my Raspberry Pi computer kit. It's now ready to assemble along with a small 7" monitor I got at Amazon.

Today looks like a good day for that project which I'll begin after I practice and deal with the snow.
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