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The Sugar Sharks, all about our life with Type I Diabetes.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Light at the end of my tunnel...

Finally!   After a crazy couple of months with me working 5-6 days a week, I can finally see on the calendar a date when things will get back to a little more "normal" with my {allegedly} part time job.  Whew!

A few updates:
  • for those of you who have been weight watching with me... I'm down 19-20 pounds, depending on the day.  ;)   (Although this week I have really not been sticking to my points so I may have gained a little back-- we'll see on Sunday!)
  • for those of you from the DOC (Diabetes Online Community).. my daughter's blood sugars have been fairly stable with no crazy/scary events recently.  We have had the CGM in our possession for a month now, but we haven't started using it yet because DD is really fighting us on it. She already goes through so much with her diabetes and her pump that I have been reluctant to push yet another thing on her.  I wanted her to have some say in the matter, since this is one of the few aspects of diabetes that she can actually control.  However, two days ago we struck a deal: when she starts wearing it, she can get her ears pierced, which she has been begging to do for months now.  We may start it this weekend!
  • for those of you who don't read specifically for either of those reasons, thanks for sticking with me!  I realize that my recent sporadic blogging isn't good for growing readership, but during this busy season of my life, I'm OK with that.   I'm grateful for each of my bloggy friends!

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1 comment:

  1. You've sure been busy! I'm glad you can slow down a bit now. :)
    Great job on the weight loss. Are you feeling good?
    Sounds like you worked a good deal w/ your daughter. I hope she can get her ears pierced soon. :)


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