It’s been a long, long time since I’ve typed up a “real” blog post! There are a couple of reasons why… For one, we live a pretty uneventful life. Our summer has been a combination of moving to a new house and balancing teacher trainings, teaching summer school, and teaching homebound while Luke continues to… Continue reading Why this blog has been quiet.
I have had several people contact me to tell me about a friend or relative that was just diagnosed. They almost always ask the best way they can help. I usually have three suggestions. Be available. When we were diagnosed, we had so many visitors come up to see us. We were forever asking the staff for more… Continue reading Three ways to help a family who was just diagnosed.
During the week, Joel asked if I’d ever heard about Chicago’s Downtown Eatery in Bristol. I hadn’t. But boy am I glad he found it! They claim this pizza is deep dish, Chicago-style. It has a thicker crust, but I’m not sure I’d call it deep dish. The toppings seemed to be pretty typical. Delicious,… Continue reading Friday night pizza & Oreos: Chicago’s Downtown Eatery & peanut butter.
We had our final fundraiser for the 2016 walk this week at our local Culver’s. It was simple. I contacted the general manager. We set up a date. I arrived with friends and family volunteers. We worked delivering food to tables, greeting customers at the door, and wiping the tables and chairs clean for three hours.… Continue reading Culver’s Cares Night.
This week Joel and I decided to actually go out and get our pizza. It wasn’t fancy, but it was delicious! And Luke stayed home, so it was kind of a date! We visited Enzo Pizza in Concord Mall’s food court. Enzo’s has always been one of my favorites. I love the crispy crust when… Continue reading Friday night pizza and Oreos review: Enzo’s & pumpkin spice.
Let me preface this blog post by saying I have fond memories of going to Mancino’s with my grandma on Wednesday nights before church. We’d get grinders and breadsticks while Luke would get baked spaghetti. She’d sneak him a few bucks after he was finished with his spaghetti so he could go and get some… Continue reading Friday night pizza & Oreos review: Mancino’s & candy corn
Our first time out on the boat this season, I was prepared for anything. I brought so. much. stuff. Candy for lows, snacks, sandwiches, water, soda, two pump site changes, a few GrifGrips and Tegaderm to secure Luke’s pump site and Dexcom, extra insulin, a glucagon, several towels, changes of clothing, sunblock… and the list… Continue reading Did you lose something?
Week two of our new family tradition, we wanted to order Mancino’s, but they wouldn’t answer their phone to place an order. So, we called Volcano Pizza. I’ve never had pizza from this place before. Here are the official unofficial results: As you can see, we weren’t really a fan. We got whatever their version… Continue reading Friday night pizza & Oreo review: Volcano Pizza
Last week we started a new Friday night tradition- pizza and Oreos. We plan to try a different pizza place and a different flavor of Oreos each week. After dinner, we will rate the pizza and the Oreos… and, just for fun, track blood sugars before and after eating. Our first pizza place for review… Continue reading Friday night pizza and Oreo review: Paesello’s & lemon thins.
Normally, when Luke is doing something new & exciting (and a little bit stressful) like camp, the first day of school or a birthday party, his sugars go crazy. High, low, low, low, high… there is no figuring out why it’s crazy or how to fix it. So when we went out on the boat… Continue reading Some days are just lucky.