It’s been a long old week, but we finally made it to Friday. I need to start doing more than 30 minutes on the Wii Fit, because I’m not out of breath after 30 now like I was at the start. Or, start mixing it up a bit more (I tend to do mostly Aerobic stuff) and throw in some more Yoga.
I’m working on a little Wii Fit high score web-app thingy so that the folk I know with Wii Fit’s can see who’s the champion at Super Hula, but work over the last couple of days ate into my evening free time so it didn’t make much progress last night.
I think we may be about to start tabletop roleplaying again with Chris and Christine which would be fantastic, it’s always going be tougher at our age due to kids, jobs, lives, but hopefully we’ll be able to get together twice a month at least and get some games in. Really looking forward to that (probably 4th Edition D&D at this stage).
I was reading some stuff about diabetes and the HbA1c test, and it suggested that morning glucose readings (basically, fasting readings) should give a good indication of where you are with your blood sugar control. If the morning readings are high (consistently) then you’re probably not getting enough drugs, or your control is out, or you’re eating too much (or a combination). Mine tend to be pretty good, I don’t check them all the time (it doesn’t really help to do that with type 2 diabetes), and at 4.8mmol/l this morning I was quite happy. I had some low GI bread toast from a small bakery chain which I’ve not tried before, it was ok. I’ll check in a bit and see how it affects my sugar, I had four slices so I should get a decent indication if it’s going to be worth buying or not. (In fact, I just noticed it’s a couple of hours since I ate it, so off I go to finger-prick).
Hmm, 8.4mmol/l is a little higher than I’d like, I guess I’ll need to stick to less slices and/or the Bergen low GI bread although the strong flavour in that had started getting to me so I needed a break from it.