Thursday, June 23, 2011

Puppy Lows.



I love this pup; I really do.
This pup, who on a brand new stair gate, likes to chew.

I love his smile; his spunk; his ears; his glee.
Even if sometimes I have to clean up his pee.

He's a puppy, you know - they do that stuff.
They play and they play until they've had enough.


I'm usually ready to rest well before he -
to down a juice box, or two, or twelvety three.

We run, we walk. We (sometimes) fetch, we play.
We frolick until sunset ends our day.

I knew that life with this puppy would change
And it REALLY affects the amount of time I'm in range.

Has my CGM learned yoga? Perhaps. So I thought I'd blog
The new position Jim seems to have learned: Downward Facing Dog.



13 comments:

  1. Love the poem but especially love the pictures. Nickname Yoga Dog?

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  2. Too cute!!! Loved the poem and the pics! :)

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  3. Love the puppy and love the graph :D It seems you've found some kind of "cure".

    Cori - an old lurker :)

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  4. Believe it or not, when I get a rare far-out-of-range high, just five or ten minutes playing with the cat has the same effect. She doesn't cooperate as much as a dog, though, since cats are more moody. :P

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  5. So awesome--Jim and your new ranges, the puppy pics (!!!!!), and the overall wonderfulness of it all. And your poem of course. ;) Enjoy!

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  6. Thanks, all! :)

    Cori - long-time reader, first-time commenter. Love it! Hi!! :)

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  7. Oh this will be a great 'argument' for a puppy around here....it will help keep her IN RANGE!!! Love it!! ;)

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  8. In Range!! A dog could be the new CURE!! : ) Love it! : ) Holly

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  9. I love the ear! Name Ranger? :)

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  10. i knew there was a reason i needed a puppy!! perhaps i'll let my husband read your post and see your CGM graph. that might just be the ticket that talks him into "puppy parenthood"
    LOL!!

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  11. Love the pics, kim! Looks like Billy is having a blast and also happily helping on the BG front! That's so much fun and stress relief, and having a puppy-CGM is an experience in itself. Thanks for sharing the new and ongoing awesomeness!

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