I managed to get to the hospital around 1:00 pm for the 1:10 pm appointment, and was told that the doctor was running late. One of the nurses who works there took my vitals, and the only real surprise was the fact that my blood pressure was somewhat elevated. Not surprising, given the stress(es) I've currently got going in my life. My weight was holding roughly the same (and no, I'm not going to say how much I weigh, but I could still stand to lose a few more pounds), and otherwise everything else is status quo.
The appoinment with the doctor went pretty much as I expected it would, but he surprised me by saying that he doesn't think several of the medications are doing me much good these days. My a1C level was down a bit, my cholesterol levels were nicely down (within normal levels) and my triglycerides were still a bit high, but better than they've been. He wants me to go back to a meal time insulin that I had taken for a while (but which gave me little red rings around the injection points) and to stop taking the Lantus, the Glumetza (metformin), and the Diamicron. I told him that I'd give this a lot of thought, and I'd be in touch with the diabetic nurse about what I'll be doing and keeping track of things. Lots to think about.
Went over to Harvey's for lunch and had an Angus burger, some onion rings, with some water, and then caught another taxi home. Came in and just put my feet up and relaxed for a bit (may have taken a nap).
Now to figure out what I want to do. Decisions, decisions...