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A Custoomer to Remember
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Connie - October 29

After filling a prescription, I was asked to step to the next window for a consultation with the pharmacist. Although we have several pharmacists on staff, a new face greeted me to review my new dosage for a previous medication. He casually asked what else I was taking. I started to rattle off the many prescriptions, but remembered the printed list I keep handy in my wallet. The pharmacist said he could look at the computer, but I said my list was handy. As I handed it to him with the kind of pride only a truly organized person can feel there seemed to be something amiss. He said not a word as he stood there all 6' 7” tall looking down at my list. After what seemed forever, the reality hit. I realized what he was reading. Then I quietly said, “That isn’t my prescription list. Is it?” Continuing to look downward, his eyes not leaving the paper, a slow shake of his head answered “no.” You see, it was then that I realized a dear love letter from my husband is printed on the same colored cardstock as my Rx. list. I keep both of them visible and hard to miss when I open my wallet. You know how we forget where we put things! It seemed like a good idea at the time. Well……… As this very tall, silent man quietly stood there, not gazing away from the paper, I softly said, “That’s a love letter isn’t it?” Not saying a word his head nodded “yes.” “Oh Boy” was all I could manage to say as I handed the correct paper to him. Now you realize what this turn of events means, don’t you? Yup. The time has come to implement color-coding! Onward and upward, my system must go, and soon I’ll be known as the Color-Code pro. So have a good laugh on me my friends. The pharmacist must still be shaking his head.

 

islandguy - October 29

Thanks for the chuckle....I needed that today.... too funny !

 

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