Tale: Two Toasts

Regarding traditional husband-wife bicker over how load dishwasher, Bigfoot eagerly submit to husband’s superior technique/happy oblige. Big philosophical difference Bigfoot home lately = how make toast.

Exemplary actions marked with red arrows. Minor dipshits marked in blue.

Exemplary actions marked with red arrows. Dipshits marked in blue.

Short of share children, enjoyment snow, taste movies/fabrics/pens, friends, house, bed, and strong belief in importance weigh sliced bread, Bigfoot/BSpouse almost nothing in common.

This how Bigfoot spend quality spirit-time @church: outline toast beliefs.

Although I have never actually weighed a slice before/after, I believe toasted bread weighs less than bread in its original form due to significant moisture loss

I believe in delaying the toasting process, and therefore the eating of the toast, for some period of time after administering bolus insulin

I believe in discussing jam options before bolusing, even though I am 99% certain the answer will be Crofter’s Raspberry, because one day the answer will be peanut butter and I don’t want to miss it

While I realize none of this actually matters in terms of my child’s long-term health, it matters in terms of just acting like a normal human being and doing things in an order that makes sense.

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5 responses to “Tale: Two Toasts

  1. “A” all the way. Isn’t Diabetes fun? Just one more thing to argue about with the Spouse :)

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  2. Isabelle

    Bigfoot/BF Spouse share Pro Kadima.

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  3. laosita

    Ha, interesting! Besides the fun/fascinating factor, I think this also shows exactly how something so simple can be taken for granted by those who never think about their (or their loved one’s) pancreas. Eating a piece of toast can take 5 minutes to think about!!

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