1. There will be a little housecleaning going on here at the blog, mainly due to my obsessive-compulsive need to have things look a little neater. My blogroll is now conveniently tucked into the Ye Olde Blogroll page. Changes will be made to that page in the future, but I’m too damn lazy to make changes now. If your blog is missing from my blogroll, please either email me or leave a comment. I’m not sure if I have everyone listed and I don’t want to leave anyone out!
2. Coffee is good. Coffee may actually be the only thing keeping me awake this morning.
3. We had pizza last night for dinner. Blood sugar was 101 mg/dl before eating it. Climbed up to 291 mg/dl about two hours afterwards. Corrected down conservatively, just in case there was some insulin still kicking around in there. But of course, plummeted to 46 mg/dl at 5:03 am. Abby came to the rescue, patting me on the head and yelling until I woke up and stumbled out to the kitchen to drink grape juice straight from the bottle. (Note to Chris: I spilled on the floor a little bit. That’s why it looks like Grimace was shot in our kitchen. I’ll clean it up when I get home.) So now I feel like I’ve been mowed over by a truck. Grimace is safe, though. And that’s what counts.
4. This Sunday boasts another new edition of dLifeTV. This one has a segment about diabetes in Hollywood, which I always find intriguing. The Halle Berry enigma is addressed, too, but it’s still not known whether or not she’s type 1 or type 2. Hey Halle, (ha! – like she’s reading this), are you type 1 or type 2? Why are you so mysterious about it?
5. I have plans to take a jewelry beading class with Batman tomorrow and to see my mother on Sunday. I’m very much looking forward to all this bonding time. It’s been a while since I went home and I’m feeling a little homesick lately.6. We watched a movie called “Danny Deckchair” last weekend, rented solely because it was about a guy who ties a bunch of yellow balloons to his lawn chair and sails away for an adventure. We waited for the red Netflix envelope like it was Christmas morning. For the record, we were surprisingly entertained by this film. Something about a bearded Aussie flying through the sky with huge, misspelled yellow balloons as his method of transport makes me smile just thinking about it. (Also made me want to try it and see if it would actually work. Where can I buy a helium tank?)
And the beat goes on.
Off for more coffee.