The last week or so have been up and down, I have fallen off the wagon (deliberately) which is not good, but I only have myself to blame on that one.
I really need to get back to checking my BG levels as well, so from Monday I am going to make myself do it every morning and every night for a week. It is too easy for me to avoid checking and then kidding myself everything must be alright when it probably is not.
I have been contemplating asking a cyber friend to do a guest post here about her diabetes journey, just so there is a different voice and a different perspective as everyone's journey is different. Just have to get the courage to ask her I suppose, after all she can only say no but she might actually say yes and that would be great.
Health wise I have noticed I have started bruising more easily, especially when injecting my tummy. In fact the other day I had a major bleed under the skin, so I must have hit a small blood vessel. The last time I did that it took over a month for the bruise to disappear which is a pain in the butt as it means that area is out of bounds until the bruise goes. I also have a bruise from my latest blood test at the path lab, which is unusual as the lady that took it this time never usually bruises me.
Oh, and the red welts are definitely an allergic reaction of some type, as last week I took a couple of anti-histamines as my sinus were cruddy and the welts all disappeared overnight. Must mention that to Tim when I see him next.
I did enjoy the beautiful full moon the other night, even opened the blinds so the moonlight could fall on the bed while I slept. So while I don't necessarily feel a Lightness of Being at the moment, it is not Dark Side of the Moon either, so here is a shot of a gorgeous silver moon sailing across the night sky.
Thanks for popping by. xxx