muddybrooks

My experiences post total pancreatectomy.

Blog week Day 3-Wild card

on May 19, 2017

I’m a little behind so I’m just getting to Wednesday’s topic but I’m gonna go wild card!! The proposed topic is about a negative experience related to your D and then turn it around and write what you wished that person had said. But I haven’t had a recent experience that I can write about so I’m going “WIldcard” topic. Here goes:

A funny thing happened to my hubby and I in the grocery store recently. Usually when I go food shopping by myself, by the time I get to the checkout line I usually am low. but we went shopping at our local grocery store right after we had had lunch.

We were standing in the line behind an older lady who looked very “prim & proper”. My Dexcom started to go off and she heard it. Hubby then asks me, “You low?” I stated, “No!!! I can’t believe how high I am!!” The lady was within ear shot and heard me complain that I was high!!! She actually sighed, and turned away in disgust!!! My husband and I laughed which made her more indignant!!!

We’re guessing she thought I was “high” and not from my blood sugar!!! We thought it was hysterically funny and were practically giggling while she put her grocery items on the belt. When she was finished checking out, she walked away quickly without even glancing in my direction. Too funny, IMHO!!! (In My Humble Opinion)

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One response to “Blog week Day 3-Wild card

  1. Rick Phillips says:

    My grocery story thing was when I was low and I tore open the box of Frosted Flakes and started eating them by the hand full. The lady in aisle why I was doing that?

    Becuase they are GREAT !!!!!!!!!!!! of course.

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