12:45PM. It buzzed. I looked. It said two blood drops. VerioIQ said 110. I entered 110.
It buzzed again soon after and said one blood drop plus another blood drop with a check mark on it. VerioIQ said 92, and I entered 92.
And then a minute later it buzzed and said LOW 80. We were about to have lunch so I didn’t do anything.
And then it said steady arrow at 80 so that seemed nice. Since we were about to eat some delicious sandwiches.
And then our neighbor, mother to recently diagnosed Tiny Adorable Neighbor (plus three more children under five but she still makes perfect toasted-coconut cupcakes with cream cheese whipped cream frosting in decorative swirls), dropped off these paleo-primal-10g CHO cupcakes. So B bolused for lunch + cupcake and I stopped staring at the CGM to make that lunch.
He ate. Can’t stop watching.
And then zwooop! Proof of metabolic things happening interstitially.
That was rude.
Silly, but over the past approximate one hour of functioning (semi-functioning) CGM, I had become convinced that B would never be high again. In conclusion: Dexcom G4 = awesome. Diabetes = turd.
Bigfoot back away from blog now. No more play by play, keep little bit excitement to self.