You might call it Hoskins 101. I call it: The Me Post. Since I've never cared for MeMe... But whatever it's dubbed, here's the 48 questions and answers all about me. Enjoy. 1. WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE? No. My parents wanted to name me David, but in the end Michael prevailed. My middle name is William, and that's specifically a family tradition on my dad's side. That is the first name of my dad's dad, and he was named after his own grandfather (my 2nd great grandfather) who was William Oliver Hoskins. The family name of William dates back to our ancestrial roots in the 1700s, I've discovered in my genealogy research. 2. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CRIED? I don't remember. But wanna know something a little embarrassing on that topic? I may have shed a tear or two in a movie theater back in the day (circa 1990) when Home Alone was showing. Remember, that scene at the end where the elderly neighbor finally reunites with his son and family? Yep.
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So, there was that trip up to Michigan to see family at Christmas that never happened. Bad weather and the late 2012 "Snowpocalypse" that dropped a foot of snow onto Indy. Then ice. Then sickness. And then busy work schedules and travel. Now, we're into the 2nd week of January. And finally, it's time to make the trip. I'm excited. Of course, diabetes will be going along with me (was there any doubt?) And D-Math is already making the roadtrip, even before my car leaves home. Being on a pump hiatus at the moment, I have been on multiple daily injections (MDI) since Thanksgiving. And that includes a Lantus SoloStar Pen. My dose is divided up twice a day, with half in the morning and the remaining half just after dinner. Enter the D-Math. Currently, 100 units in my Lantus Pen after this morning's dose. I take 12 units twice a day. Plus 2 primed units wasted with each dose. So, that's a total of 28 total per day. Times five days up in Mich