Some days are good; some aren’t! On the good days, I keep a normal routine and replace work with chores around the house and yard. And I’m re-reading some favorite books. Exciting, hub? But doing something keeps me a bit more positive. On the not so good days, my routine limps along, and then I admit that it’s a bad day. I lay low, “enjoy” being a couch potato, and eventually it passes. But I also have more time to pay attention to the diabetes and to think more like a pancreas. And my glucose levels are better. Stay in touch with friends and family. Email, Facebook, texting, Face Time and phone calls are decent ways to stay connected until we can resume what we like. Good luck, and take good care.