The good news is that nearly all of my figures are in the normal range, as before. My HDL "good" cholesterol continues to be a little low (37 mg/dl; >40 considered normal), although the LDL "bad" cholesterol is a nice low 77 (<130 desireable) and the total level is 128 (<200 desireable) and the Cholesterol:HDL ratio is 3.5 (<5.0 desireable).
The bad news is that while my A1C level, which measures long-term diabetic control, is still within the "normal" range of 4.8 - 6.0%, it is up to 5.8%, which is up from 5.2% a quarter ago, and the highest A1C I've had since I was first diagnosed.
That's a warning sign. I need to get back to walking more often and watch how much I eat more carefully.