Tuesday, December 04, 2007

D365 Day 11



Two Things.

There are two things that can upset me in the morning.

1. An unexpected high blood sugar.
2. An bad espresso shot.

Happily I solved the past week's espresso problem. It was simply a
case of badly ground beans.

If only the unexplained highs were so easy to fix.

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