Tuesday, April 9, 2013

All in a Twist

Seriously, how does this happen? What was my pump tubing doing all night? Must be quite the game of Twister you're playing there.

Thankfully it didn't stop insulin delivery.

If I ever wake up with it in a braid of some sort, I am going back to injections, because surely supernatural forces will be the ones governing my pump tubing. No human amount of wriggling could make that happen overnight.

We are serious about soft pretzels here around Philly, but this is not the kind of soft pretzel I had in mind.


  1. I call Alien intervention. They are messin' with us and our tubing! LOL!

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  3. Hahaha, I always wonder how my tubing gets so knotted up too!!

  4. I took a very very very similar picture a few mornings ago :D


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