Tuesday, July 27, 2010


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.

1 comment:

  1. 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 ~C


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