Lunch is served.
Don’t judge me – it was worth every microliter of insulin it took to balance one of those bad boys out.
And for what it’s worth, I think I did okay managing everything.
I’ve come to the conclusion that city-life is the ultimate basal insulin.
(Happy Birthday Dad!)
My pedometer says I put in work today.
My toes agree.
After sleeping in, for whatever that’s worth considering the time difference, I spent most of the day wandering Seattle’s Waterfront and Downtown areas.
The final count from my Canon T2i was 156 pictures. You can see them all in this handy dandy Flickr album. Here are a few of my favorites.
If you can’t wait for the evening upload, you can always follow my adventures on Instagram.
I’ve gotten pretty good at planning for travel with respect to my diabetes supplies. Rationing test strips, insulin, insulin pens, and all that has become as close to an exact science as these types of calculations can be. At this point, it’s everything else I’m focusing on to make sure my trip to Seattle is as much of a vacation as possible.
Because I’ll be walking around a convention center most of the time, this means my two biggest priorities will be keeping my cell phone on, and keeping a snack handy in case a proper meal isn’t an option.
This is a good start.
It feels like I’ve been sharing a lot of “I ought to-do’s” on the blog lately rather than actually take action, so here’s one more: I want to be a better photographer.
I don’t want to be a professional. I don’t want a transformer of a DSLR slung over my shoulder. I don’t want to watermark everything from here to Valhalla. But I want to get a better appreciation for this camera beyond the bird feeder and my cats, even if they are adorable.