Training Hours: Ride: 03:05 Run: 00:00 Other: 00:00
Insulin Delivery Summary:
Daily Total: 25.10 units
Bolus (42%) 10.45u
Basal: (58%) 14.65u
I was up early this morning, so I was able to take the long route into work. Nothing finer than riding in with a very slight dry chill in the air. Shadows long from the sun being so low behind you.
My favorite time of day to ride. Just after dawn.
I mean, when I can get my hands on an espresso. Or Monster Java. Either or. :)
I had a great ride in, and, at lunch, I hustled back home to grab my car as I am picking my little guys up from school today.
Nice to be able to get a touch over 3hrs in before lunch. :)
Tomorrow is an EARLY day (at the airport at 04:30 or something nutty like that) as I am heading to NY state to speak to some children in the Albany School District about facing challenges and diabetes related topics.
I was kindly invited to come participate by my friend Kevin. He is a young person with Type 1 who attends school in the district. One great kid with a terrific and very involved family.
Diane and I had the honor of meeting his parents, Lisa and Keith, along with his siblings a while back. (Keith: I am looking forward to hearing about your bicycle frame welding!!) :)
I am very much looking forward to this event, and am honored to be invited to come up and talk.
Following the structured program, we will have a small "Meet & Greet" with some of the CWD & Parents, as part of the District's “Kids Helping Kids” Program.
Following my program there, I will join those participating in the local JDRF Walk. PLEASE visit the link attached and show your support!
I hope to be able to share some pics (and possibly a TwitCast) from the event as it happens. So look for those updates here tomorrow.
I also received some VERY outstanding news today, but that is just a little ways off from being made public.
Thank you for all of your continued support and encouragement, and KEEP CHOPPIN'!!!