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Cloudedbrains

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I am around still folks as ya know from my hobbie thread - just been hectic as Toby has had an operation and been looking after him since weds   He has had major oral surgery He is alot better now and his checkup is tomorrow Best of all his breath is GORGEOUS now and not stinky

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I like the ones with the video games in back ground. Nice pictures.
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Well, gang, I have been getting some exercise yesterday and today.  Yesterday (took me all day) I mopped the kitchen and both bathrooms (only rooms with tiles).  Today - let's see it's only almost June - I FINALLY got all my Christmas salt/pepper shakers down.  Yes, I collect them - have about 135 sets.  You'd be surprised at the different kinds there are.  Well, years ago, when I was little, we went to my cousins house and she collected then (she was about 20 yrs. older than me) so that's how I got the idea to collect them.  Anyway, finally got all my Christmas ones put away and will get out what I refer to as my "regular" s/p - not Christmas/Thanksgiving (yes, I have Thanksgiving ones too.)  So I got the exercise taking the couple steps back and forth from cabinet to table wrapping them up.  Sometime I will take some pics of them and post them.
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Well i finally went back to being a working stiff today. I am now an assembler at Pololu electronics.
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"Congratulations mancalleduncle" on being a working stiff   What kind of work do you do as an assembler?  Is it a fast paced job working with small parts?

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CONGRATULATIONS, Harold.
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Nice going Harold, in these times it is difficult to find jobs, so I congratulate you! 
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Pololu sell electronic parts and right now i am packaging and labeling, but will be doing a variety of things as i work there.
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Congratulations, Harold.  Linda
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http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/05/26/1226393/diabetic-driver-faces-unique-challenges.html



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Looks like he finished 13'th. Not bad at all!! His BG may have dropped a lot during all the excitement. I know that is what happens to me when I am excited, or nervous. You can't exactly pull over and test every 30 minutes during a NASCAR event, but a CGM would give his approximate BG at any given moment. Someone on Facebook said he tested at 250, probably before the race began. That may have been a safe number under the circumstances. An insulin pump sure would have helped. I wonder if he has one. He probably does.
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He tested and held at 250 during the race. One of his tire changers had a Novolog Insulin Pen ready to use and would administer the dosage recommended by the drivers doctor who was on pit box. He would have to inject thru the fire suit into left leg.
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If I was 250 I would not be able to think clearly, and I would feel sick, so competing in the race would be out of the question under those conditions. He must run high so much of the time, that 250 doesn't bother him. He may have a very high A1c, and may run the risk of having bad complications in the future.
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Anyone want sheer tiredness and exhaustion - swap it with anything else lol

Hate being tired out

Due HbA1c results soon but GP said fasting tests were actually lower than ever

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