It's not the Pod, It's not the Pod, It's not the Pod
Those are the words I repeat to myself after these numbers surface a day ago, at school, over the course of two hours:
It's not the Pod, something else is wrong. The Pod is working fine. Don't change the site Penny, just wait.
Have patience, have patience, have patience...
I decide that school should give her one unit of Novolog by injection just to be sure.
I tell them to go ahead and do it.
Though, this is what I feel like inside:
Grace's numbers start to fall. Whether it was prodded by the injection of Novolog or the numbers were about to come down anyway, it starts to happen.
Sweet, sweet relief.
No site change. Pod continued to work wonders for the next two days. Every number right in range.
I suspect it was the pizza at school and an inaccurate I:C ratio for it.
I shall now go and collect myself.