Primary meter #1 has gone AWOL.
What happened? I've lost my meter before. I've never lost it at work, however. Last week I left it at work, at my work station.
The individuals on Night Shift are not savory,trustworthy characters.
When I returned the next morning, it was gone. No one turned it in.
I wasn't upset, I was just annoyed. The thing I miss most is my lancet device, which was a Freestyle alternate tester. I only had 5 test strips left, so no great loss there.
Then it came time to explain to the Research Study Coordinator what had happened. I felt like a kid with a the-dog-ate-my-homework line. This is the primary meter I'd tested with, it had 3 weeks of data on it. Missing 3 weeks of data on a test subject does not make for a nice, smooth graph.
I couldn't call, I emailed her. If I get kicked out of the study... I'd rather read it, not hear it. She's a nice person, but protocal must rule.
Wind chill factor is supposed to get down to -5 tonight. Sweet, Sunny South it ain't.