Why I love to pump

Adam Henrique, #14 in white, about to shoot the series-winning goal
after 83 minutes and 47 seconds of hockey, early Friday morning.
Image credit: TSN

One of the benefits of pumping is that, when a playoff game goes into double-overtime, I can stay awake ’til the wee hours of the morning watching and waiting for a game-winning goal, and not worry about waking up for my regularly scheduled breakfast.

Because when there’s no long-acting insulin, there’s no set meal times.  I can modify my regular routine on a whim, with no prior planning.  And that’s worth a lot.

Because It’s The Cup.

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Posted on April 28, 2012, in Insulin pump and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. lovehatediabetes

    “Because it’s the cup”, gives me goose bumps EVERY time I see one. Sick. LOVE this time of the year.

    P.S. Zach Parise grew up and played hockey in Minnesota – REPRESENT! Only problem is that he played his college career at UND -ISH.

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