I still feel like my mind is all a-mush after being mostly off-line for nearly a whole month while traveling in Europe. Yowza. Our vacation was relaxing, for sure, if a bit hectic in spots with all the packing and re-packing and boarding and disembarking we did. My BG levels have been admirable, mostly, with a few hiccups here and there. I pride myself on being an organized person, and yet I’m not the best…Read more »
As of yesterday, my family and I are back in the US of A — and in the process of moving into a local Best Western Hotel, which will be our home for the next four months or so while our regular home undergoes surgery. I feel very fortunate that we’re able to make the upgrades, but it’s still going to be a “bumpy” four months here, with the five of us plus our calico…Read more »
As many of you know, I am in Europe this month. My family and I travel to Germany every summer, with a varying number of side trips to other regions and countries. Diabetes always puts up a fuss in some form or another — like when I woke up last week with a scary low (39) in a dark, unfamiliar house in Holland. Story for another day. But on this note, I am pleased to…Read more »
Ever seen that Who’s Line is it Anyway bit called “If You Know What I Mean?“ Me loves that show! And this past week, as much fun as I had on vacation with my three girls in sunny SoCal, I felt like the only PWD on the planet. Hello, People Who Understand Diabetes – do you know what I mean?!
“Ticket – check! ID – check! Load of medical supply crap – check!” (if…
We never really get a vacation from diabetes. Never. But this last month is about the closest I’ve come since diagnosis. What a treat!
Despite a few D-blips here and there, my BG management went smoothly enough to recede to the background while I enjoyed sun, surf, friends, family, museums, walks in the woods, and a few too many calories, I daresay. In a sense, being in Europe with so many faces from the past…