Monthly Archives: December 2014
Over the past few weeks, diabetes has been putting some unusual thoughts in my mind. I have been…
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…feeling justified, when the kinked sensor wire confirmed that I made the right choice in yanking it:
…feeling victorious, when a quick response to a CGM’s “Predicted Low” alert prevented off a subsequent “Low”.
…feeling curious about the story of the person who left the pizza box labeled “Gluten Free” in the office fridge for a week:
…feeling wasteful, after burning 25 glucose tablets over one weekend while attempting to assemble a backyard ice-skating rink:
…feeling addicted, when replacing a CGM sensor in a public restroom was more enticing than going without one.