leave. My father and I have yet to head in to downtown Denver but the suburbs are beautiful. The highlight of the trip so far has been the highways; they have bike lanes on the shoulders. It’s amazing I have yet to see any cyclists but I feel like I’m in cyclist heaven.
The diabetes side of the trip has been great so far. My average blood sugar for the day is at 113, considering the flight and time change I’m very proud of myself for keeping my blood sugar in its normal range. This evening we had dinner around 6pm mountain time which would be 8pm back home. I really didn’t want to have a lot of carbs to mess-up my body. My body clock knows that it was 8pm back home so throwing a forty to fifty carb meal at
it wouldn’t be the best idea. I decided on the grilled chicken and veggies and a piece of bread. To cover I took two units of Humalog and have had no problems. I’m feeling very confident that I will have no problems while sleeping. My only worry is that I will be up at 4am mountain time.
I’d like to sleep till six local time and then get a lengthy run in to
start the day. Only time will tell what lies ahead. I just wish
Denver had an ocean and all of the family and friends from back home. If that was the case I would never leave.