I was busy. All is well. Great weekend. Four paragraphs. That’ll do.
Time to write again. I survived last night’s accidental insulin overdose without even being woken by a hypo. Toast with lots of butter and a little Vegemite right before bed seemed to do the trick. I don’t have CGM so I have no idea what my BSL looked like overnight but I went to bed… Continue reading Okay
Ooopsie. I just took my morning dose of Levemir in the evening. I normally have 5 units in the evening and 7 in the morning. I don’t know what I was thinking. My poor, tired brain just had a meltdown and now I’m eating toast and Vegemite and hoping for the best. Wish me luck!
You’re allowed to call it that if you go for a run the next morning. Otherwise it’s just binge eating…so I went for a run this morning and it felt goooood.
I don’t want to eat anymore but I fear that if I go to bed at 6.2, I’ll wake up in a cold sweat at 2am needing carbs. On the other hand, I had icecream this evening. Icecream always makes me think I’ve won before bumping me up to 15 three hours later. I’ve already… Continue reading 6.2
Current mood. I’ll write more tomorrow, I promise.
I did it. I ran the whole 5k. If you’re the type that believes that running and jogging are two different things, I would say I jogged the whole way and that was enough for me. I came 156th from 190 participants, I recorded my slowest time ever, and I got lapped by a 10… Continue reading Parkrun
Spoiler alert: they’re really sweet. They also seem to be in season, so big and crunchy! My afternoon snack of choice for today…and probably tomorrow too. 🙂
Great diabetes day. Proud of myself. Mostly in range, despite being completely out of routine. In other news, I ran another 28 minutes this afternoon. My next run will be 5km on Saturday and I’m actually looking forward to it.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been asked to cover a morning shift. Tomorrow is the day. I normally start at 11:30am. Tomorrow, I’m expected at the office at 8am. It’s going to throw me out. I’ll be on the train at the time that I normally have a basal dose. I’ll have to… Continue reading Morning Shift