Move over

My daughter takes nine different medicines during a typical day. Most are taken multiple times a day. Two of them need to be compounded, in other words, they are not "standard" meds and must be made especially for her.

Our pharmacy was just shut down by the state Board of Pharmacy or whatever. Your run of the mill CVS has no clue how to make her meds.

I’ll just move over mashed potatoes aside to make more room on my plate.

Oh, and by the way, did I tell you that I just found out two days ago that my ex, the one who takes care of my other severely disabled child, just informed me that she is leaving the country for two months starting in two weeks? Thus leaving me solely responsible for both children, in two different states … with no pharmacist.

No problem.

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