He asked me a bascillion questions about swimming and breathing and coughing and stuff. He's so patient and kind. He suggests a new inhaler that will replace the two I use now. The new inhaler costs as much as the other two but I only need the one so net net would be half - I hope. There's no way to know for sure until they ring you up at the cash register.
So I suggested we try it for a month. If cool, then I'll get the prescription for a year. The whole thing, including the wait at the pharmacy took less than 30 minutes. Of course, the pharmacy didn't have any on hand. Tomorrow after noon. And there was no mention of a follow up visit. Freedom!!
On the way home I was starving. The clock said 10:15. Why was I so hungry??? I was all the way home before I remembered that I had not reset the car clock cause I was going to adjust in my brain. That's working out well.
So now I've had lunch. No baseball today. Time to make a doll.