At the end of the day we were tired, smelled like fish, and full of sories. I keep singing the praises of http://www.tylertypeone.org/ and how awesome they are. This was a fantastic day and one for the memories. Everyone was so nice and the event was laid back and do as you please. The best thing was that it did not cost a dime. During lunch my son saw this little girl with an OmniPod on her arm and it looked about twice the size wide as her arm was. Zaine said to me, "Dad, if you thought you had problems knocking pods off on doors, imagine what she has to go through." I then made the comment to him that I was with my people! We laughed and laughed and laughed. I am such a dork, but one that is accepted by most.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Diabetes Outdoor Day
Tyler Type One's "Free Family Day" at "Pine Cove" ranch camps. I was a little worried I would not be able to make the event at first. Thursday I was starting to feel under the weather and my BG's started to show the ups and downs. I acted fast and drank as much water I could get into me. Then on Friday I did the same thing with my BG's up and down and this time it was extremely random. Have you ever tested yourself 25 times in a day? That was my Friday. Then Friday night my wife and I had dinner plans with a couple she teaches with at their house and I was feeling even more under the weather. Finaly friday night around midnight and after a stern talking to from my wife, and some great food and dessert I felt like Saturday was dooable.