My last trip went well, though I kicked myself for having an vial of insulin with no way to get it out. I was around other diabetics though and if I needed it, I'd have gotten help.
This trip is going great! Thanks to a NBC Facebook friend, I tried AirBNB for the first time, and that was wonderful. Really enjoyed the house.
So far, I've got everything I need and I haven't lost anything yet (though I need to locate my CGMS sensor, I know where I put it).
I keep a cane in the car, which I need to replace -- one of my friends body went out (not sure which part), and he was particularly crawling around the show site yesterday. He told me he needed crutches, I asked if a cane would do and produced one out of my truck. I have a friend whose superpower is making cupcakes, decorated, better than Sprinkles, which she brings to the trials. So far, I'm the one who always is where she says she will be and has emergency medical equipment on her. I'd like to do a bit more.
Staying at La Quinta last night was good, but I should add one more thing. A wheeled cart or my wagon all of which I left at home in the interest of space.
I also need to play Tetris one more time, and replace one of my small crates with a bigger crate for Summer. That one inch makes a huge difference in crate space.
I've been able to help my students each day and even had one finish. Got all the paperwork processed.
I'm in Alabama now, and will soon be at my families in Brandon.