Timing is everything

Surprisingly, 17 pills a day is not hard to swallow.The hard part is remembering to take them all, on time: 7 pills when I wake. 1 pill mid-morning. 3 pills at noon. 1 pill mid-afternoon. 3 pills at dinner. 1 pill early evening. The last pill before bed. I have a dispensing device. But now I need a remembering device. Fortunately, they sell alarm pill timers. I just need to remember to buy one.


About Robyn Michele Levy

I am an artist, writer, radio broadcaster, performer, mother, breast cancer survivor. I also have Parkinson's disease. My memoir, Most of Me, is available at local and on-line bookstores.
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2 Responses to Timing is everything

  1. SandySays1 says:

    Wow, and I thought it was tough remembering to take my heart-worm pill once a month and to get my human to smear flea medicine on the back of my neck. You almost need some memory devices to prompt you like – 7 pills for seven brothers, or 3 pills in a fountain, etc.

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