I heard Larry tell him that he was sure my son could help him out. He knows that we have a number of spare diabetes supplies so finding an extra meter or lancet would most likely not prove difficult.
After overhearing the conversation going on the living room about supplies, I turned to my son and asked if he could help the gentleman out. He didn't think that would be a problem. What type of meter did he want? I suggested he grab one of the meters that we rarely use so we didn't mess up logging the wrong person's readings.
My son then asked "What type of lancing device?"
I was sure it really didn't matter.
"Well, there is one for the hand or the finger?"
The finger would be preferable.
"Hmm, well there is a bigger one or a smaller one?"
Oh my! I never knew there was such a variety! He calmly told me that there was. I told him that I would leave it in his capable hands. I just wanted a lancing device with new lancet, a meter, and some strips please.
|This is just the first few meters and lancets I found in his drawer!|