Chocolate Chip Clif Bar (no bolus)
A little less than one hour (7 miles) of glorious running outside on a trail later...
I wore blue for World Diabetes Day when I was running.
Post-run blood sugar
I really, really wanted to keep running, but it was almost dark, and I do not run outside on a trail when it is dark by myself. It is just not safe.
I drove to my gym to do some more cardio, which included:
- 1 mile running on the treadmill (8 miles total for the day)
- 1 mile on the elliptical
- 1 mile on the stair master
- 8 miles on the stationary bike
My post-cardio gym blood sugar was:
- Can someone please explain to me why people are not honest?
- I am extremely disappointed in person/people (see above) for not being honest.
- These are not people/a person who I interact with on a daily basis (thankfully).
- People who are not honest and kind are people who I don't want to interact with.
- Now that I learn more, things are starting to make more sense.
- It is their loss more than mine.
I think it is only fitting to close this section with a saying that my dad and I joke about: I am wonderful...if I do say so myself. One must say it with her nose in the air, though, and in the snottiest tone possible. And then "uh, huh" after done speaking the words.
Back to today....
I did tell my homeroom students that it was World Diabetes Day, and that they all were celebrating it because they were wearing blue, which is part of their uniforms. I, on the other hand, was wearing purple. They liked it more when I told them about National Cookie Monster Day.
A student then told me the following: "A friend of mine told me that he heard that if you play 3 hours straight of Wii you'll get diabetes." To which I replied, "you friend misinformed you."
At least tomorrow is Tuesday, and Tuesday is always better than Monday.