I read 2 replies on a previous post that refers to honeymooning as a good thing and as something that hopefully goes on a long time. My idea of honeymooning is quite different. Please let me know if I am wrong. Here are my thoughts. With honeymooning, your pancreas has a few islet cells still producing insulin. If you dose with insulin externally and you produce it naturally, it seems to me that there would be less BG control since you have a known (external dosing) and an unknown (islet cells). How can you control your BG if you have no control over what the islet cells are producing? When you are out of honeymoon, you need all your insulin externally which gives you more control since you know exactly how much you will need, knowing that your body does not produce any to throw your numbers off. Is my rationale correct?