Monday, March 28, 2011

Crazy Weather

Snow in spring? Yep! We got it! Yesterday was a day full of snow flurries and sleet. It was back to being cold and it kept us bundled up in our jammies for the day. The roads were a mess and since we have to cross the bridge for church, we figured God would understand if we couldn't be there because of the nasty weather.

We had another weekend full of busy-ness.

Saturday was filled with some cold fun at the Daffodil Festival. The temps here have dropped back into the 30's and they were calling for rain mixed with sleet and snow. Thankfully the rain moved out for the parade and we were able to enjoy some fun. Every year we go, it's like a reunion of sorts. You see people you haven't seen during the year and it's fun to catch up with everyone.

 I seriously had NO clue that the ADA had a local group! I'm gonna have to look them up and see what kind of networking I can do. But I'm sure you can imagine the excitement Kacey had when she saw this! It was almost as if she wanted to scream out to them, "Hey! I'm type 1! Thank you!" but she didn't. It was very cool though!

Sunday brought the snow and sleet and we were stuck inside. We watched movies and caught up on some much needed rest. Kacey's still having some crazy sugars and I'm going to call today and see what the deal is on Dexcom. She ended up having a low of 43 at 11pm and after 4 cups of juice and 2 packs of peanut butter crackers (total of 12 crackers) she finally came up to a 134 at 1am. It was a nasty 2 hour battle. Here lately it seems like she needs more juice to bring her up. Before it was only a cup and now it just seems like she's pushing more to stay above the danger zone. Hopefully we can get these basals figured out soon! UGHHH! I feel almost like I did when we were in the "Honeymoon" phase. She'll run high then we make adjustments and then it's almost like Mr. Pancreas decides to work again (which we know it can't) but it's crazy!

Hope everyone is doing well. I'm going to try and catch up on blogs soon! Love ya's!

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