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Re: [IP] Re: My ideal log



I agree.  I have yet to find a log that suits me.  What Craig is talking
about would be wonderful.  :-)

Billie

Craig clark wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Hmmm, after reading digest V6 #288, there was
> something that really caught my attention: Michael's
> (and other's) suggestion of using a log.
>
> I was just wondering if anyone out there has found a
> log they REALLY like. My ideal log would be small
> enough to fit in my med kit (log, spare infusion set,
> reservoir, ketostix, insulin, syringe, glucotabs, you
> get the idea), while having enough room on each page
> to note all the items Michael suggested? I would hope
> to have spaces for bg, Carb/fiber/&fat grams, insulin
> (noting whether normal/square/ or dual wave bolus),
> exercise, and probably a few other things I can't
> think of off hand. Someone sent me a log that is very
> close to what I would like, but why shouldn't that be
> made available to all interested parties?.
>
> I visualize whirled peas (oh, sorry, that's a foodie
> joke :). I meant, I think this would take about one-3"
> high x 5-6" long spiral-bound book to be
> user-friendliest (for me, at least. I would be
> interested as to what criteria fit the majorities
> opinion). If anyone has an idea where to find this
> elusive critter, GREAT! If someone has a creative
> bent, and wants to tackle this little job, even
> better.
>
> I also just picked up the 2002 Day-by-Day Diabetes
> Calender by Pfizer (an excellent start on what I'm
> looking for, but just too unwieldy). This calender
> includes excellent history/encouragement/resources
> within its pages.  Maybe some little gems like this
> could be added to the general layout of the log, and
> gleaned from the people who would use it (if there is
> anyone other than me).
>
> Would anyone else rather see this project as a series
> of 12 seperate per-month logs to cut down on the size
> of stuff that needed to be carried everyday?
>
> Just thinking out loud, and looking for others with a
> similar interest.
>
> Sincerely,
> Craig
>
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> Craig A. Clark
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> Buffalo, NY 14208-1053
> (716) 883-6153
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