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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Best. Day. Ever

So I've become a little obsessed with posting dexcom pics. Have you seen the weather in Texas lately? Snowy. Icy. Sleety (is that a word?). And just downright COLD! This morning it was 16 degrees F. That's -9 for my Canadian and other Celsius peeps. Translation... BRRRRR!

So there's not a whole lot to do around here except micro-manage Elise's diabetes and take pictures of the results. I give you my exhibit:

Blood Sugar Beauty; Dexcom Bears All.


I call this one "A 3 Hour Tour". It includes her bedtime snack.


This is "The Disappearing Line". It encapsulates 2 lunches, 1 breakfast, 1 dinner and 3 snacks. The missing data is from overnight when she was lying on her sensor.


"24 Hours of Bliss" Her BG didn't go above 170 or below 85 during this time period. Oh my, I love this picture so much, I am going to print it out and take it to a romantic Valentine's dinner.

I think I need a hobby.

20 comments:

  1. you're a great pancreas!! love your blog!

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  2. You still haven't told me how you do that! Stop leaving us in suspense!

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  3. TOTALLY the BEST DAY EVER!!!

    You rock! :)

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  4. Okey dokey! Too much snow there in TX!
    Great pics and lovely lines!

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  5. @ Roselady - I have a post about it coming soon. Just need to put some finishing touches on it.

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  6. WOW!! Are you sure that thing was attached to a growing girl?! You are Awesome! Get a great BIG frame and look at it everytime you doubt yourself as Mamma Pancreas!!!!

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  7. those are BEAUTIFUL...are you sure they aren't photoshopped ;-)

    **my word verification is "kingybo" think that is what you did to D in those pics.

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  8. Ahhh....GORGEOUS DAHLING!

    Happy Valentine's Day to YOU!

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  9. Gorgeous...and JEALOUS!!!! Knock it off!!! :)

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  10. JoAnn you crack me up...and I think you've got to get another hobby :)

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  11. That is gorgeous! Screw dinner you can go straight to ''sleep'' with that one!! Lol

    too much? Sorry. ;)

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  12. you better let us all in your secret! i now get how awesome it is to see that! even though I am unsure about Dexie...i am having a hard time thinking about when I have to give it up!
    nice work mama pancreas!

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  13. LOVE IT!!! I want one of those pretty lines. :) You are awesome....and I'm gonna say it...you're making DIABETES YOUR BITCH!

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  14. Maybe if you let me go on a date with that picture...I might have nice flat lines like that too! HOLLA!!! You're rocking it!

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  15. Too bad I can't clone those numbers..... Totally awesome!

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  16. "Fun dip. Best day ever." said by my t1 6 yr old daughter while "treating" her low. Reminded me of your wonderful post.

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  17. @ Julie - awwww, that is just too cute!

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  18. I am new to the DOC and friends with Laura at Houston we have a problem. I have only had "Dexter" for one day and he has been pretty accurate, but dang our 24 hour looks nothing like that. We are honeymooning so much that he doesn't get any insulin, except at dinner. So our breakfast spike is CRAZZZY!

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