internet graphicLast night as I was drifting off to sleep, my mind formed plans for today. Today was to be the day to dust - as I must! Well, I got diverted this morning and just plain do not feel like dusting! I looked around me, saw what I have in my quarters and that made me happy enough to say, "What the heck! I'll dust another day."
internet graphicMaybe it all is because another mouse was trapped. Maybe it is because I can just look out the windows and see the lake and the birds and the large old pine tree blowing in the winds. Maybe it is because I don't have to put on shoes or go anywhere.
Then my brother called with a request for a printing of a project I made for him about a month ago. He's on a roll! Now I have to get to work.
FINALLY got my appointment for my booster Covid shot. Called the local drug store and was told I HAD to do it online! HAD to fill out many questions. At least it is local and a friend can take me. It should be easier to schedule one though. No wonder people are reluctant and/or don't have the ability to schedule online. IMOP they should just be able to walk in and get their booster! Maybe being in a rural area is the reason for online pre-scheduling??
I had to do an online registration also ...and only blocks from the pharmacy. I think it's to keep big crowds from showing up.ReplyDelete
Very true re: crowds & keeping people waiting. I scheduled my flu shot & it was so nice not to have to wait!Delete
YOu-all have never run a drug store! -grin-ReplyDelete
Those pharmacists and techs have to keep filling scrips. How could they fill scrips, if all the people who wanted to, could just wander in and expect a timely "Jab"?
Now, do you see? Why people have to schedule on line?
To enable the pharmacists to do their constant work, AND stop to give "Jabs."
Plus, if they also had to take care of all the questions, in the store, that would take even more time, away from their primary job of filling scripts.
Spoken as the wife of a pharmacist, who ran a corner drug store, for *a hundred years.* -smile-
Well why couldn't they schedule on telephone? I didn't know that pharmacists are the ones who give the shots! I thought RN's did.Delete
My first two shots were administered by Registered nurses at our local hospital.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you were able to get scheduled for the shot. They sure do need to make it easier.ReplyDelete