Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


I have one inhaler that is to be used 'as needed'. It has no counter on it. It's only good for 200 squirts. After 200 squirts, there is no way to tell it is empty. I strapped on a stitch/row counter to keep track. So freakin' clever!!

I have several of these - one in purse, one by bed, one in glove compartment... each has a stitch counter. The first one is now getting to 100. The stitch counter only goes to 100. What to do?  My first thought was to put the stitch counter on upside down for the 2nd 100.

And then, today, I got the forehead slapping answer. Each time I used it, it's for two doses. Not one, but two. So why in the hell do I need to advance the counter two spaces?  I do not.  So 2 sucks=1 counter count. 100= inhaler done.

It's the little things that trip me up.  
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