Saturday, January 09, 2010

where i'm at


this is me taking sleeping pills to sleep. this is me finding a new apartment soon.

13 comments:

rebecca said...

scary.

Amber said...

I thought of you last night...and I really prayed for peace for you. I cannot imagine going through that.

Adriana said...

i laid awake in bed last night thinking about this worried the same thing would happen to me. We have a door just like that and im making my hubby go out and buy a lock to put on the bottom today. im so glad you are all safe!

Anonymous said...

I prayed for you.

Adam said...

My goodness, that is too bad. I would be scared too. I hope you find a safer place to live or make your current apartment safer.

Be well.

Natasha

John McCollum said...

We'll be so sad to lose you as neighbors. But I understand...

jenny mae. said...

john - the #1 reason we are considering staying is to be near you guys! i really like coming over for the fires and wine evenings! don't stop inviting us if we move :)

Maria. said...

You could always move to Boston...just saying. Love you girl!

Jen said...

We've been praying for you guys. I am so sorry this happened.

Anonymous said...

Hi Mrs. Jenny. I know this is unrelated to your break in... I was reading your earlier entry about hypoglycemia (meaning you get low blood sugars?) I'm a diabetic and a nurse and while reading I saw that you eat low carb, sugar and caffeine? Maybe youre not getting enough carbs? If I don't eat enough carbs my sugars definitely drop low. Did you ever think of getting a blood glucose machine? My friend is hypoglycemic and she got one and it seems to help her regulate she sugar levels.

jenny mae. said...

i've been using the nutrition calculator on sparkpeople.com to track most of my food intake and chart how it affects my hypoglycemia. so far low carb, but certainly not not carb is helping. i have wondered the same thing though! am i getting too few carbs? some days i have had to up them for sure. thanks for the tip!

Anonymous said...

:) no prob. most diabetics count carbs now and carbs do play havoc with low and high blood sugars. its different for everybody but for me i have to take 1 unit of insulin for every 10 grams of carbs i eat. if blood sugars gets low you should be eat approximately 1 banana or 1/2 a cup of juice and that should solve your problem within about 15 minutes... if your still feeling weird than you should probably eat something higher in a long term carb like a sandwich. :) hope this helps a bit!

jenny mae. said...

thanks for the tip! i now keep bananas and tiny boxes of OJ in my purse for when i start feeling shaky. im so new to this whole thing that for now, it's still relatively unpredictable.