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Old 02-04-2015, 10:00   #9241
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Also - SNAP! - yesterday I searched two hours for some important notes that should be on my desk. It turned out DH had picked them up to read and wandered into the guest room where he left them. If you have no dog and no two year old, blame your SO!
There are times I will set something out of the fridge or pantry, preparatory to actually using it . . . and when I turn around a minute later to use it, it has mysteriously returned from whence it came! One of these days I may throw that jar of mayonnaise or whatever, right at his head!



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Hmmm, Judy and I never do that to one another (and the bruises still show!)

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89 this morning. On the upswing from a hypo that started about 4:00am, but I'm hoping to stay on the low side this morning.

So, the IV immunoglobulin treatments start tomorrow. Not so arduous as originally presented. Only two days of treatments once a month for three months. I figure I can handle the side effects for that small amount of time.

A short holiday following classes today with nothing scheduled until next Tuesday! A much needed break...

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80 (4.4) this morning. The full moon was absolutely beautiful!

VHM1, congrats on the A1C

Carbcrazydog, you may like Blue Bloods, it's an excellent show.

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109 (6.1) this morning. One thing I can say about my fasting numbers is that they are never the boring same old thing.
Thanks grammaB and Vicky, I am having an echocardiogram every three months now to see how far progressed the Aortic Stenosis has become. One of these days it will be time to have the valve replaced but no idea when. The tech said it looked about the same as last time so don't know but I see the Doc. next Wednesday.
Congratulations Barbara on your anniversary. You are a great example of a turn around. A wonderful testimony that it can be done.
Off again this morning to town to see my gastroenterologist. I'm due for a colonoscopy because there were polyps on my last one three years ago. Not really looking forward to it but I guess it's important.

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SNAP SNAP a 94 this morning.
(Gulp, what does SNAP mean?)

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Just that the poster's figure matches that of another recent poster - In this case, himself - twice.

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BS 120 this AM after I over treated a 1:00AM low. Back to 45 two hours after breakfast, and 65 right now after a lovely morning walk in the fog. They say rain is coming...we are all so ready.

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97! My best in months, I did beat it October 2nd with a 94, nothing that good since.

My diet yesterday was 2 BPC breakfast, sardines lunch, Talapia, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, spinach for dinner. Late snack of almonds, cheese and a light beer. If anything maybe a bit carb heavy for me with all those veggies and such after 7:00 PM.

I have eaten very similar and reported much higher numbers. It's all a mystery!
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137 (7.6) this morning. Vicky, you weren't kidding about that moon, wow! and it didn't even get very cold last night with such a clear sky, how about that--today is 25 deg F and it feels like summer! But back to the cold tomorrow I guess.

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