I’m sans CGM so it’s a good thing and I’m not complaining - OK, I am complaining, but only because I’m in need of sleep and there’s only so much caffeine and water I can drink without my bladder exploding.
WEIRD, because normally high blood sugars make me tired and all I want to do is sleep - except when I’m actually trying to sleep.
I gave my self another correction of 1.8 - which was interrupted half way through by my insulin pump’s occlusion alarm.
YES, I STARTED TO PANIC, but I was too tired to actually FREAK.
And I silently reminded myself that I would have most likely slept through the occlusion if I hadn't been unable to sleep - YAY ME.
Tried a new battery and prime followed by rewinding a second time - same thing.
Then I waited until until my bg was going in the right direction before closing my eyes at 3:30.
After the early morning high blood sugar/occlusion escapades, I was more than cool with that number.
Monday was certainly a Monday from the get go - but things got done, blood sugars have stayed in range since 3:30 a.m., and I haven't once asked: IS IT FRIDAY YET?
But I have asked for more coffee~
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