Well you're obviously on the right track so a huge 'well done' and keep up the good work.
Looking back - how long do you think it took you to reach the peak high of bg's? Should you consider it may take as long to reduce them to an acceptable level? In other words aren't you expecting rather a lot of yourself to get them down any quicker? I know I felt the same myself when I was trying to lose weight - then a friend mentioned that it'd taken years for me to reach the unacceptable weight I was, and I was stupid to fall for all those diets of 'lose half a stone in a fortnight' promises in newspapers.
It takes months or even years.
My grandson-in-law has been in and out of a job ever since he married my grandaughter, and they have 2 kiddies too. I fret and worry but have to accept there's nothing I can do. Its really nice of your daughter to ask you for a mothers day meal and do so agree its a lot nicer than an expensive gift. Lucky you.
Was it a very special egg ommelette you were looking for? Would Google help?
Personally, depending on size, I often just fry off some chopped onion, throw some mixed up eggs in and stir round a bit, then add any vegs I have left over (or use fresh ones) then some grated cheese.
Mmmm think I'll have one for lunch.
But most important - congrats over your bloods, 19 down to 8.1 in, what, 2 months? Wow.