I have a lot of it.
Kitchen stuff, clothing stuff, accessory stuff. This is pretty normal stuff to have, but then on top of that, I have to have a lot of diabetes stuff. So much stuff, in fact, that I have to keep it in several different places. Two of the four drawers in our entertainment are reserved for D stuff, as well as a kitchen drawer, most of a cabinet in the kitchen, and a shelf in the fridge. (This justifies why I needed a big kitchen, right?) Behold:
|The Drawer Of Boxes. Pump supplies, test strips, and a heckuva lot of alcohol swabs.|
|Drawer that holds the stuff I use all the time. |
|Fridge door full o' insulin, and the obligatory Glucagon kit.|
|Glucose tabs, extra meters, lancets, and other shenanigans.|
|The box my insulin pump came in, which now houses manuals and random parts/accessories.|
holy crap, woman! i thought i had a lot of d-stuff! you got me beat ;o) maybe if i get a cgm i'll catch up :op ~CReplyDelete