DS, 14, came running home from the school bus (a few blocks) and quickly jumped into doing some cleaning up for an hour that he needed to do for a friend to come over to visit. After he cleaned up, I reminded him to check his Bg, since he clearly had been running when he got home. It was 57. I don't worry too much when it goes low, because we have never had difficulty getting it to come back up. While I was reading over the forum earlier today, I read a thread about lows their kids had had, and things that had been given to bring the sugars back up. Made me realize that we had gotten lax in keeping supplies available for treating lows. I did notice some frozen OJ in the freezer, but nothing else in the house. So...when he checked and was low, I told him to get some gel/glucose tabs/juice from his diabetes care bag that he carries to school everyday. Guess what? He had none left! He hadn't thought to mention it, and I hadn't thought to check recently. Bad him, and bad me! LOL I made the OJ, had him drink some, and he made some cinnamon toast ("cause I am HUUUUUNNNNGRY"--I told him to eat something with protein, and walked out the room....so he made FOUR pieces of toast! Silly boy!) Anyway, Bg is currently 111--and he is fine, but it was just funny that he dropped the very day I was reading about it, and realizing we had gotten too comfortable lately! He doesn't feel a difference in his numbers...he has been over 700 (when diagnosed) and as low as mid-30's....and doesn't feel any difference. THAT is the scary part!