Well, it seems there is no end to strange diabeted-related goings on I can have in only one month, heh. This morning I woke up and tested (81). Then I went to the bathroom (trust me, this is relevant), then started the coffee and went to check my email since it takes 30 minutes for the coffee to cool off enough to drink. After 30 minutes, I bolused for breakfast, then went to the bathroom again (huh? okay). But this time, something was different! My tubing was hanging free, neatly sliced in two. What? How could this happen? I literally have no idea. It was in my pants the whole time! (Hey, I heard that giggling). I stay far away from anything in the least bit sharp; I can't even have tags in my clothes. The cut was closer to the infusion set, so I can't even come up with some weird pump-cutting-tubing scenario and anyway, it was fine 30 minutes before! So it's completely inexplicable.
Anyway, my breakfast bolus ended up on me, so what did I do? Well, I rewound the pump, changed the tubing, and reconnected it to my infusion set. Then I did a fixed prime. I did that because I know missing a little insulin isn't going to have a huge effect on me, and I can always do a correction. Trying to (needlessly) insert an infusion set before breakfast and coffee, though? I don't think so.