Back to friends and support. Everyone was so nice to me about asking me if I felt OK once the heat picked up in the evening and Paul brought my favorite sour gummy worms to snack on whenever we had a break. If you never get outside with diabetes you don't understand how much energy you burn by just moving aroundtrying to scale the side of a wall or dangling your diabetes over the edge. My numbers were around 150 most of the morning and when the sun came out they came down to 100 and a 58 thrown in there when I pushed it hard up one of the walls (OK so I did not go far but I tried hard). Now we have two more classes left, one on Texas limestone climbing and another on lead climbing. Should be lots of fun! I am now thinking of getting my own rope and gear so we can ride off into the sunset and dangle over a cliff.
My son learned alot and payed attention. When it came to clean up time he was chosen to lead the rope, gear, and tower cleanup and inspection. He showed true leadership and had everyone do a specific job and we finished in no time.