Having the sensor on the last couple of days was a huge help. I decided to run to work yesterday, a nice 3.5 mile run would start my day off right, I awoke with a blood sugar of 226. A bit high but just what I wanted before going for a run, the run went great. My body felt strong, I actually wish I could have gone a little further. A Gatorade and a sleeve of peanut butter crackers helped my blood sugar so I wouldn't be low while at work. When I left work around 9 I was at 120, I could ask for a better blood sugar before heading up to Boston.
Other then a quick low when we arrived at the festival I was happy with how I handled the day. It had some random physical activities like a potato sack race but also had random free health snacks to balance everything. As 6pm approached I could tell I needed dinner, luckily our little group was hungry as well. Now the real fun started, what do I eat for dinner. I was craving a corn dog, but opted for the veggie burger. I know the carbs for a hamburger bun, I don't know the carbs for a corn dog. Plus after my run why would I want to cancel it out with garbage. I was able to take my 2.3 units of insulin and enjoy the rest of the night. I'm happy with how well I was able to control my blood sugar. It is not always that simple but I'm happy everything went smoothly.