I had planned on posting photos of Tuesday morning in Washington, but blogger is not letting me upload photos, so plans changed.
I had some high blood sugar levels while away, but was hoping it was just because it's hard to get the food required in restaurants. However, the highs continued, so today I went to the doctor. The good news is that I have lost 4 lbs. The not so good news is that my evening insulin injection had to be increased, though the doctor wasn't too concerned. I would really like to keep my blood sugar levels below 10. Borderline for Canadians is approximately 7. We measure differently than the US. I have to try this out and have an appointment for a follow up on January 20th. We will see how it goes. I also phoned the Diabetic Education Center at he local hospital and have an appointment for March 17th for a one-on-one with a Diabetic Educator to make a meal plan.
I haven't talked to Jo Ann today, but she is now on antibiotics because a blood clot formed at the surgery site. Her face is still very swollen and they are afraid of infection, so please keep her in your prayers. She goes back to the surgeon on January 11th and will probably find out at that time when her radiation therapy will begin.
Not much other news here. It wasn't so bitterly cold today, but is supposed to be colder again tomorrow. We have a couple inches of snow but nothing to worry about. Many around us have been dumped on. We've been lucky this year.