OH NO!!! REALLY?
Well, well, what a discovery I made. For the last 50 years I have stored my insulins in the door of our fridge.
It is compartementalized, 18 letters is that the proper word? Did you know that in Italian it would be 28 letters? Seems too long for my liking. But you get the idea, right? Now what? Do I have to do it all over again? LOL. Never had any trouble with the insulin I keep in the fridge summer and winter, the spares and the ones in use. Warm it up a bit with my hollow hand but not to much. It will lose it’s potency I heard. No-one really knows like the fridge door but it sounds interesting to make these statements. Not saying they are wrong but in practice I never had any trouble with the door! Of course we have a very good door, sure did cost a lot O’money. If it would be possible to take a seat in there you would be turned into a popsicle in no time.
We may have found the mistake we made causing my temporary mental absence from this world.
You see, well not see but read right, that Jo my wonderful partner in life and I always take my insulin together.
Why? You may ask, well I once mixed up Lantus and Humelog and took 14 Lantus plus 14 Humalogs all together now! It should be 2 Humalogs and 14 Lantusses in the Am. This same mistake I may have made this time because Jo had to move to the stove because the porridge was boiling over and she didn’t see me taking insulin like she always does to make sure I don’t mix things up! So I made use of the opportinity to screw up. Must have been that way to cause THAT much trouble. Can’t think of anything else! You think I’m losing my marbles because I be 80 on Feb 27? From now on the porridge can boil over whenever it is in the mood! LOL.
On the lighter side.
A Senator’s aid called to inquire about a trip package to Hawaii, After going over all the cost info, she asked, “Would it be cheaper to fly to California and take the train to HAWAII?” She is a part-time teacher of diabetes for newbies!
Greeting from JB or JOHNBEN who is back to normal control of my sugars and are in a excellent mood.