@rosemarya I had to give myself a tough talk about being in control. I've always been in control, but lately I have allowed myself to have a pity party because there are things that I have no control over that make me disappointed. However, I went back to the "get hold of myself and do it!" I have not missed a day, and I must lose some weight. So, I returned to a rigid diet. I have veggies for lunch, and have cabbage soup (Wt. Watchers) and a sandwich or salad for supper. I have counted carbs and calories as Wt. Watchers says, "If you bite it, write it." I did not weigh when I started, but I will soon. The scale is not my friend so I'll start weighing once a week. I do not eat much meat and my veggies are limited. Fruit is my enemy also. So my meals are eating to get healthy, not eating for something delicious and illegal for diabetics. My blood numbers are still too high. They have been so off the charts that I have to see if I can get back on track; it is a challenge I like. If that doesn't work, then I'll see an endo somewhere (since the only endo here retired), If I have to go to a new endo., I will not be happy. I don't like new doctors. But it may be necessary. I am very stubborn and hardheaded, so I will continue making myself do what I must whether I like it or not.
Thanks, Rosemary, for asking. It's good to have accountability.