Can one kick an entire pharmacy's patootie? AND their computer system? Suddenly they are unable to process prescriptions which need re-authorisation...last time it took nearly a month to get a medication re-authorised. This time it's been almost a week and they've given three different excuses why they're having problems ranging from "it's not showing up in the system" (I heard the Great Scot reorder it for me and the system accept it.) to "we're having computer problems" to "the doctor denied it". Considering that this is the medication which controls my tremours I am not a happy camper. Not that any of the meds I take are unimportant, but come on pharmacy people! I am now out of the medication which keeps me functioning. I have had quite enough of this and will be finding another pharmacy. GRRRR. At least I was able to come up with a comparison to give some idea of what my tremours are like: if you ever saw the lovely Katherine Hepburn in her later years...the tremours in her head, hands, and voice, then multiply them by about 10 times, that's what a normal day is like for me without my medication. Ah well, enough of that.
Poor Mom is continuing to have health issues as well; this has been a really rough winter for her. She's dealing with a kidney, bladder, and urinary tract infection...no fun!
Still, there has been some very good news as well. My daughter, who had been hired this autumn for what was supposed to be a temporary job, was told she is being kept on permanently! This is very welcome news for her, especially since they will work around her school schedule! Way to go bebe, I'm very proud of you!
My apologies for such a grumbly post; I promise I will be in a better mood on Monday...when I will also reveal a very special award (and awardees)!
Good thing for the day: People I respect and admire here in blogland; not to mention like!