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High Cal Day

Monday, September 07, 2015

Well its been a while since I actually got in more then 1800 calories in a single day - so the fact that I managed to do that today was nice to see to various degrees - thought the fact it took going out for sushi is another matter ::grumbles:: but it was a nice treat that was tasty even if it did shoot my glucose levels though the blasted roof and take slightly longer then normal to come down (no exact cal count, other then what SP could give me so totally underestimated the amount of carbs that I needed to cover with insulin).

But it was a good evening out with friends who'd I'd not seen in some time (just over 12 years actually, we'd talked online on and off over the years but life just never had us in the same place/area that we could meet up in person until now). So that was great being able to see him and his wife, plus introducing my mate to them since they'd heard about hir and seen the wedding photos.

I am sure I actually ate more then what SP is saying, but could be less though not my much - but the funny thing is according to SP i'm still just over 200 calories shy of hitting my min cal intake ::chuckles:: I stopped eating when I was full and didn't push things would have like dessert, but they was nothing that was safe to eat (all contained dairy or gluten = not happening.

Well night!
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  • LITTLEWIND53
    My sugars where high all day and I couldn't seem to bring them down..... until all at once it all kicked in and I almost crashed. I was watching for it so no harm done.

    Funny how that happens, isn't it. Hope you are feeling better....
    1632 days ago
  • TENNISJIM
    hope you had a good time with friends
    1634 days ago
  • LOSTNSPACE4NOW
    sounds like a good time with friends
    1634 days ago
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