Practice was from 12-2 and without my sensor hooked up I was able to take off my pump and scrimmage with my team. Not a great deal of activity but just enough to break a sweat. As I left practice that cycling instinct kicked in and said its starting to clear get on the bike!!! Driving home I talked myself out of it though, shooting at practice was ugly, my legs were spent, everything was coming up short and I needed a day off to rest up. Without the sensor I was a little lost, I felt low but was dehydrated I was 151 at 2:21pm and 228 at 3:41. I had a snack at 2:30 when I got home and covered it but not well enough. I also took 2.5 units at 3:41 to get myself back to the
After watching way to much college basketball I cleaned up and got ready to eat the amazing dinner my wife had prepared. It was a rigatoni with ground turkey and vegetables. With some gluten free cookies for dessert. I tested at 6:10pm to calibrate my sensor and I was 91. I cant explain how happy it makes me when I start a new sensor with a great blood sugar. It just makes everything better. I gave myself 3 units and enjoyed my dinner, I would give myself 2 units an hour later.
It's 9:15 as I write this and I'm getting ready for bed. I was just 57 I guess I didn't eat as much pasta as I thought. A little apple juice and peanut butter crackers and I'll be good to go. (Dont worry I will test again before heading to bed) You may be wondering whats wrong with this guy!! It's New Years eve!!! New Years to me is just another day, I hate big crowds and I don't drink so why would I keep myself up till midnight. I'm odd, I'd rather be asleep by 10:30 and awake at 630 the next morning so I can go to church at 8am, ride my bike and then watch football. I've learned over time that if you do what makes you happy and don't worry about what others think in the end you'll be very happy!! Good night and enjoy the final hours of 2011!!!
Total calorie intake-1,704
Average blood sugar-156
Units of insulin-45.80