Good that you have a meter and are checking, shaido. No, those aren't particularly high numbers - under 100 is always good - but they don't tell us anything else much unless we know when they were taken. When you first get up for the day, take a test before you eat or drink anything, and that is your fasting blood glucose (fbg). If you are trying to determine how your metabolism is processing the foods you eat, you need to test at one and two hour intervals after you eat. These are called postprandial readings.
If you have a record of when these readings were taken & what you had eaten, we can make a little more sense of it. The postprandial readings are especially helpful in early diagnosing of any metabolic irregularities.