Blood glucose down another point.
Friday, October 02, 2015
Another rainy day here.
I got up this morning and put a blanket on our bed and went back to sleep. This evening my husband turned on the heat pump to warm up the house.
My blood glucose this morning was 130. I didn't take my Trulicity shot today because the pharmacy didn't have it and they ordered it. I may just leave the shots there and not pick them up.
My sister wanted me to go to Garrett County for the annual Autumn Glory Festival. If you want to see the parade, you have to arrive at the parade site several hours before it starts. I haven't gone to the parade since the 1970's. They also have turkey dinners all over the county, but since I am on the lchf diet, I could only eat the turkey. We will stay home.
Many places along the Eastern coast are flooded. I thank God that we have not had that here. Maybe the heavy rains is God's way of getting rid of the liquid latex spill. Some places in the South have had over a foot of rain. Flooding does so much damage and you are not covered by insurance unless you buy flood insurance.
It looks like hurricane Joaquin will stay off shore. Again I thank God for that huge blessing.
I don't know how much insulin shots cost to take one daily, but I am so thankful that I won't be taking insulin. Many doctors don't want you to take your healthcare into your own hands and want you to continue to take prescriptions even when the test results declare that you are fine. I will find out on Oct. 7 what mine thinks.
Psalm 68:19 Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us with benefits, even the God of our salvation. Selah.
Psalm 103:2 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: