Another interesting post. On a side note, I am almost caught up with all my writing. Two will happen today, as long as I don’t get distracted… Yeah, like that’s not gonna happen.
Today’s topic: Clean it Out. Yesterday we kept stuff in, so today let’s clear stuff out. What is in your diabetic closet that needs to be cleaned out? This can be an actual physical belonging, or it can be something you’re mentally or emotionally hanging on to. Why are you keeping it and why do you need to get rid of it?
I loved seeing the posts of people cleaning out their supplies, or saying look at all dis stuff, how awesome is dis. In the past I’ve shown my supply organization, sadly, this past order has gone unsorted due to laziness. It is currently sitting in its box being all bad ass, asking when it will be dealt with. The answers is when the OCD kicks in again. Otherwise, that stuff is pretty much sorted out. I had some things that needed relocation, magically two meters recently disappeared and made it out to Seattle, it was the damndest thing. Only one was supposed to go, but another one jumped in the box with a candy apple. Ooops.
The funny thing is the only area diabetes wise that would need to be sorted and “cleaned” out is one I don’t think I should be thinking about cleaning out. That would be my desk of magic. Why do I call it that?
Well first of all, it has the ability to clone things, more or less:
That was a great Monday. I was alert all day. But also it houses my “low” supplies.
There is only one way that I know of to deal with this drawer. That would be to EAT IT. Me thinks that would be a bad idea. I wouldn’t be sad per se, but man my pump would hate me. It is very tempting.
Otherwise, the only bit of cleaning or airing of dirty laundry that I have deals with things tied my current pump. I love it, I do, but I have a major complaint, at least for me. That I am saving up for one of the aforementioned posts that needs to be written. I promise that post will make an appearance in the next two weeks. Happy cleaning, I know I love my drawer, and will happily clean it, whenever I need to.