Saturday, December 6, 2008

What I'd really like to do 2 my Blood Sugar Log

I'm great at taking blood sugars, really I am. One might say I'm almost addicted to taking them. But when it comes to actually keeping blood sugar RECORDS - I'm not so good.

I try to record them for a few days, and then I get all frustrated and my Record Log gets tossed aside like yesterdays news - which is also what I want to do to my Blood Sugar machine when my readings are "High" for no apparent reason!

Anyway, I was watching the Family Guy the other night and the following scene played out. And for some strange reason all I could think about was doing the very same thing to my Blood Sugar Log - Call me crazy - who knows, maybe I was just running high and my Diabetic High Blood Sugar Biotch was in the house!

7 comments:

George said...

I love that clip! That is a take on the printer scene from Office Space and I actually did destroy a meter with my fist once. Oops. I used the online stuff to log cuz I am too lazy.

k2 said...

G- Ninja -
Oh I know what movie it's from, I love "Office Space!" You actually did this to your meter?
YOU ARE MY HERO!
k2

Scott K. Johnson said...

That's awesome! Ha!

Karen said...

Can we do that to DIABETES as a whole??? Pea loves Office Space and Family Guy. I should have him read your post, he'd get a kick out of it.

k2 said...

Scott -
Glad it made u laugh!

Karen -
Yes, I certainly think we could do that to diabetes as a whole!
Show the clip to your man - I'd love to make him laugh as well!
k2

Tony Rose said...

I hear you Kelly. It's easy to test, but for some reason it's impossible to keep a log going for me. The technology just isn't there to help diabetics keep track in an easy and automated way.

I'm checking out a few different ways to start tracking better.

Clip is hilarious!

Lora said...

Love Office Space, so loved the clip, naturally.

How's this for hating logging. I bought a cord to connect my meter to my computer about four months ago, and I haven't even taken it out of the package yet. I don't even know if it works, and it's too late to return it.

It just seems like such a pain...even when it's automated.