Masquerading as a pharmacy

Written on January 28, 2010 at 4:03 pm
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My purse (lovely thing that is) looks like a walking (but not talking) pharmacy. And I don’t mean that in an illegal sense.

Of the medication/pharmaceutical variety items in my purse today:

  • Advil Cold & Sinus – took 2 so far today
  • Generic ibuprofen – took 0 today
  • Cepacol (cough drops – honey lemon) – took 1 today
  • Tylenol – took 0 today
  • Aleese – took 0 (so far) today

How much medication does a girl need to carry around with her? Obviously a lot.

Of the non-pharmaceutical variety items in my purse today:

  • mp3 player (Creative Zen Vision: M – poor baby is having issues holding a decent length of charge, it may be time to search for a replacement…)
  • camera (point-and-shoot Sony – very helpful to have during my labs!)
  • two pens (purple and blue – the rest of my writing utensils are in my backpack)
  • pocket mirror
  • extra hair ties (erm… probably like 20 of them, hah)
  • comb
  • lip balm (one is honey rose flavoured with glitter, the other is lemon flavoured with 30 spf)
  • tissues (unused)
  • gift cards (2 for Chapters, 1 for Starbucks)
  • bottle of water

Because, you know, I really need to carry so much stuff around with me all the time. I usually don’t carry all that much – most of the medication was just added into my bag last night/this morning.

What do you carry in your purse?

One Response to “Masquerading as a pharmacy”

  1. Kristi says:

    I go back and forth through a “purse” (I just call them bag) phases. Right now is my “off” phase. If I go anywhere, I have a little wallet that I carry and my phone. Things I used to carry in my bag (which are always large for some reason..) are:

    Camera
    Pens
    Deodorant
    Body Spray
    Wallet
    Phone
    I had a roll-on perfume
    Imodium
    Ibprofen
    usually assorted papers
    and whatever else is going on/may be relevant at the time.

    Sorry youre not feeling well :( I went through that about a week ago..it was awful. I had really bad sinus pressure, runny/stuffy nose, headache, and I felt really weak, then had a cough. I, too, had honey lemon cough drops!

    What is Aleese?

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