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Yippee! When I took my glucose reading last night (and I remembered to take my glyburide pill) my reading was 221. It is a better reading than the night before when it was 266.

I do believe I am feeling better physically. I seem to have a bit more energy and I want to venture out of the apartment more. Now I don't know if it all can be attributed to the insulin and the new medication but I do like feeling better.

I have been to the food bank all ready. It was a good thing I went because I was out of veggies and fruit. For fruit have a pint basket of fresh strawberries. I will clean those up and put them in the freezer for a smoothie later today.

I received some eggs and 16 ounces of Greek yogurt. Now I will find out what Bex was raving about this food item. I even received a tube of tooth paste. The added benefit was the church had a benefit sale over the weekend. The clothing leftovers were offered to us and I found a pair of jeans, a couple of night clothes, and a white short jacket though I am not too sure about that. I may pass that along to one of my friends or take it to the thrift store. The jacket feels kind of tight across the shoulders. So, I don't know that I will keep it.

What a day!

In preparing my day to do errands, I get a call from Michael that he has been released from the hospital and to come and get him.

I collect all the paperwork I need for my errands. I collect all the items Michael has requested that I bring him for his return home. The only sore point was that I forgot his sunglasses. Oh well, I forgot my hat. I'd call that even.

I collect Michael. He's the passenger for this part of the drive. I guess I scared him some because when we stop for one task, he opts to drive. Although I don't know that he is much better.

Errands completed and home we head with a stop off at the pharmacy. Now that was a headache in the making. Since Michael is a vet, all his medical supplies come from the VA. The hospital says they will check with the VA and call in the prescriptions to our local pharmacy.

When we arrive, the pharmacy does not have the information. Luckily, Michael had his paperwork and we brought that in and the medication info needed is in his discharge papers.

Once at home, I thought things would calm down but no. That man of mine is a bit fussy and that's putting it mildly.

I did talk with my sponsor earlier in the day and she reminded me to do something good for me.

So, I handled the situation by taking a walk to the pharmacy and talking to the people there. I was able to get enough medications which will take Michael through tomorrow. Tomorrow I will be hounding them about getting these scripts to him. The most important one for now is the one for the infection colitis. Both of us much wash our hands with soap and water and spray everything down with Lysol.

I am slowly relaxing. The walk really did me some good. Now I just feel tired.

I was gifted two starter flowering plants by my neighbor, Mr. T. I had planned on transplanting them today but with the way I feel, it will be a project for tomorrow.

Other than that it was a day to remember. Thank you to all of you who have been so good to share your wisdom with me.

mz. em

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