The sun is shining in NH. The snow is melting. The Lake Winnipesaukee “Ice Out” guessing has begun. I didn’t even wear my jacket today. Yay!
I counted carbs for the corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and soda bread last night (prepared by the husband who is the chef here) and – I survived. It was all so very yummy. Only ate one piece of the bread but gee, probably could have eaten more. Oh well.
Changed the inset this morning – before lunch was 99. After work – 89. That’s about as good as it gets, I guess. Believe me that I cherish days like this – unlike those where it hits 200 and I have NO clue how it got there.
And now – a question for the experienced pumpers. The Ping has a 200 unit reservoir. I use about 25-28 (more or less) a day. So, as of now I change out the whole thing every 3 days and put about 90 units of insulin in the reservoir. How many people fill the reservoir (all 200 units) and just change the inset every 3 days??? I know – “they” tell you not to but –
And – happy, happy – joy, joy!! Look what I found this week. Yup, it’s the daffodils! Yippee!! I don’t have a cat so you get daffodil photos instead.
And – in today’s mail, the next 3 month supply of strips… not nearly as exciting as the daffodils but…