End of the road
I am fucking exhausted. But if I counted right, this is 60 days. That means I kept my promise to you, my readers, to blog everyday about life with mySentry and Revel, for sixty days.
But this blogging every day thing is a HARD job. And in case you didn’t know it, I have a few too many jobs as it is. I’m half-time at the clinic, quarter time at the university, then I do the weekly Ask D’Mine column over at Diabetes Mine (as well as a couple “lightning rod” posts per month as a correspondent), a monthly column for dLife, and articles all over the place. Keep an eye on Diabetes Self-Management magazine over the next few issues, I’ve got some really exciting pieces coming up. Oh, and then I’ve got my most important job: father to ten-year-old Rio. So I’m retiring. What?! No. Not from father-hood. From blogging.
I don’t have the oomph to blog every day anymore. But I’d forgotten how fun it can be to write editor-free.
So going forward my new plan is Wednesdays with Wil. I’m going to post about something every Wednesday. For now, they’ll probably be mySentry updates. I’m still wearing the Revel à la Dexcom: as a standalone CGM. I think it’s a fair bet that the next gen Guardian CGM will talk the Sentry, so this will give me a preview of what that experience might be like. I’ve still got a box of sensors, so if Med-T lets me hang on to mySentry and the neutered Revel a while longer, I’d like to keep running with it for a time.
I’ve also got some other gear laying around that I want to talk about. And of course I always have an opinion, or a war story, or a Rio story worthy of sharing.
And given how long I sometimes write, you’re probably relived that you won’t have to read so much of me so often, too.
So, until Wednesday… be healthy.