Meeting went well. Sat in a cafe, got a free coffee (black, no sugar, natch). Went through my Carelink in detail. Actually showed me I'm doing OK. 88% time in Auto and 79% TIR with predicted A1C of 6.8 so that's a significant drop from my last 7.7 if it's accurate. Showed my night time settings are spot on, and showed me when I'm correcting a high I need to trust the system. If you try to over correct it screws the algorithm. It does learn, and to be patient. I'm trying to make less inputs and just allow the system to work. I said I missed my multi wave. She said people often split doses to cope with extended meals. I asked what was the difference between doing this, and entering "phantom carbs" to correct a high. Same same but different eh? Kind of stumped her I think. But at least I know I'm on the right track and had some real flat days which is good. Had big highs last night. Changed cannula. Hour later I'm 17. Correction with no effect and continued to rise. This went on with 4 cannula changes. Each time it went it, was uncomfortable and sore. 4 in a row! Eventually I got one in and this was 1am and my BG had risen to 25. Felt like ****, decided to bolus and go to bed. Woke up with BG 10 this morning. Sitting around 5.3 now but not eaten yet.