The best part of the day was getting to the car dealership and checking in, the gentleman at the desk shot me an odd look to which I replied "Is it ok if I go for a run while you work on my car?" He chuckled a bit and responded "I guess, it should take about 45 minutes." With that I headed out the door and was off for a run. Knowing the area well I decided to do some hill repeats, a nice mile warmup and then it was off to show the hill I'm not scared. This same hill has kicked my butt before, on the bike it has had me gasping for air. With sections at a 9% grade the hill is nothing to mess with. I may not be normal but I find running up hills a little easier than riding a bike up them. I ran the hill four times and as usual I felt stronger the more I did. Returning to the dealership I got some very odd looks, I stunk and was covered in sweat. The best part was that I didn't care what anyone thought, as I walked to the counter a few of the dealers were talking and I overheard "what's up with that guy?" I couldn't help but laugh, I'm addicted to working out and I'd rather workout than sit for an hour.
I got very lucky with my blood sugars while I worked out, I was at 57 before I left work, I had a good sized lunch and only took .7 units to cover it because I knew I was working out. In the picture of my blood sugars you can see that I recovered from the low very quickly, my blood sugar crept up to 180 as I was about to begin my run. As my run went on my blood sugar began to drop and then leveled off. I'm not perfect when it comes to running and my diabetes but I'm happy that I was able to run this afternoon with no problems.