THE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE.
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Monday, May 23, 2011

Round and Round and Round We Go

Where we'll stop, nobody knows.

And so it has begun.

Numbers that start with 3, 4, and 5.

Up or down.

All around.

The summertime hum-drum had begun.

Am I rhyming?

It's poetic, I suppose.

Lazy summer days........sleeping in, no specific direction, grazing, boredom.........

Hum-drum.

Where do I start?  I can't pinpoint a "pattern".

I just know that things need to be tweaked...here, there, and everywhere.

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6 comments:

  1. I so hear you! Bean is asking for snacks when she never has them when she's at school...got to find some activities to get her mind off the fact that the pantry is accessible!! Would do me some good, too!! ;)

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  2. I'm waiting for summertime sugars to strike. Tomorrow's our last day of school.

    Numbers aside, happy summer!!!!

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  3. Exactly! Maddison is lower in the summer, must be her basals are set for stressful school days! Time to turn 'em down! Good luck with the summer no patterns!

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  4. Oy! I still have a month to start dealing with that. Last summer I don't think I ever had Joe's numbers totally situated. He does much better with the "structure" of school for sure...nubers-wise.

    Good Luck.

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  5. You'll get it. It just takes a few days to adjust. Maybe the girls can run laps? ; ) That always works pretty fast! : ) heehee (and can occupy the hungry-bug..) : ) Holly

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  6. I totally hear that! Our numbers are already goign crazy here and today was just day 1...guess the dance recital and crazy weekend wasn't a good way to kick things off...sigh!

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