133. My father and I headed down to the lobby for our complimentary breakfast where we met a very nice older couple. My father had his final
four hat on and the older gentleman came over and asked about the games and what team he was going for. My dad looked like a first grade child who was able to speak about his new toy during show and tell. We were able
to learn about the gentleman and his wife; they tour the southwest visiting
retired ministers. They do this for two months every year and the trip is covered by the evangelical Lutheran church. Meeting them was a great
start to the day and made me feel a lot better about the world we live in today;
to many times we hear about the bad that this world has to offer.
After breakfast and an hour long workout on the stationary bike my father and I began our tour of Denver the sports city. Our first stop was to Sports Authority Field at Mile High, otherwise known as the best NFL stadium!! We
headed to the team store where I purchased a Peyton Manning t-shirt. I may never take the shirt off, I have a huge man crush on him. I know I’m a little weird, but don’t worry my man crush on Manning will never be bigger than my crush on Lance Armstorng. After kicking and screaming as my father dragged me away from the Broncos home we stopped by Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies. I was very impressed with the field, it has a lot of local flavor, who knows maybe I’ll become a Rockies fan, I love the city of Denver that much.
The rest of the day was very slow, a little bit of food and a trip to the airport to drop off my brother for his trip back home to New York City. As bedtime starts to roll around our night will end with the National Championship game between Kentucky and Kansas. All day my blood sugars were between 80 and 190, the time change has been tough but my basal rates are spot on so waiting a little longer for a meal has not been a problem.