Normally at this time, I'm brushing my teeth and getting ready for my almost hour on the road to work. This morning I've been given permission to arrive an hour later as I was doing computer work for the plant manager on my laptop at home last night and then emailed it to several people at the shop. Sometimes having a five year old "Linux box" at work can be a blessing, but those are rare occasions.
A small progress report: I got home from work last night and checked my blood glucose and it was 99. That's the first time in quite awhile that it's been below 100. We were also able to treat ourselves last night and went out for supper. I got the soup and salad bar and behaved myself as I didn't make myself a "lettuce sundae." I also stayed away from some of the other goodies, such as rice pudding.
Sue Wilson's latest post on her Voiceover blog is called "Can't We all Just TRY to Get Along?" In this post, Sue muses about President Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize and some of the political overtones from it. She also urges all of us and the politicians of this country to work together and support one another. It's more a post about cooperation than politics and a compelling read.
And finally: Leesa, our teacher friend from France, sent me a prayer request the other day concerning her friend, Mira. Mira is in her 20's and has been afflicted with cancer for the second time. Click here for Mira's account of her affliction and details of her latest treatment. Please, please, pray for Mira. And may God bless you Leesa for sharing this with us.