BEACH CAMP

To make this snack feel like something new, I applied the Ansel-izer on Camera+. Mmmm graham crackers with peanut butter.

Today first day beach camp. One million friends on beach. Waves, play kadima, pickle, frisbee, dig holes, pizza goldfish, etc.

  • Paradise. All day BG#s just near edge of low–lots of 80-99mg/dL’s. (All day not true. One 70)
  • After few million waves, Bubs wash ashore, eyes closed, cheek on boogie board. Looooooooow. Not afraid. Dry off. Test. Not low. Eat snack. Back in water. Fine
  • Bigfoot observe Bubs out of water/plug back into pump, then hand pump to buddy. Ask buddy, Could you put this into the zipper pouch on my back? I can’t reach it. Buddy initially perplexed. What is it? Bubs tell buddy It’s an insulin pump. Come on. Let’s go. Perplexed buddy shrug, figure out how fit pump into tight-stretchy Spibelt
  • Everybody so much fun beach camp again tomorrow!

ADDITIONAL OMG AWESOME THING:

Principal at Bubs’s new school = parent of teenager with T1D!

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7 responses to “BEACH CAMP

  1. Day 1 sounds pretty darn good. Great news on the principal who will understand!

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  2. I’m really impressed that you still log. The day we got our pump I quit logging. Which means I logged for all of 2 months. You even log at the beach. Even more impressive.

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    • I have no intuition for this. Or I should say I’m *developing* intuition for this. Very slowly. I don’t know how to think without writing it all down. I’d never remember “oh, he was low at 4pm yesterday too…” Everything feels like a surprise, a revelation…I don’t know how you do it.

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