Lettuce Thieves and Pharmaceutical Stupidity

UPDATE:

Spud WAS nice enough to give me a credit for the stolen veggies.  And the people we suspected were evicted from our apartment building. Karma is a bitch!

For those of you who didn’t see my FB post – some jackhole stole my Spud! delivery today, thus causing Evan to have to run to Whole Foods to get us Romaine lettuce for our grilled chicken Caesar salad. Not to mention, we now are out about $36 bucks worth of produce.  I have sent an email to Spud! in hopes that they will be kind to us and give us a replacement box. Regardless, fool me once, shame on you – fool me twice, shame on me.  I will no longer let them deliver if I am not home. And to whomever decided to jack our stuff, I hope you truly did need my bananas and yams more than I did. If you didn’t karma’s gonna get your a$$.

On another note, I went to drop off my prescription for my prenatals (no I’m not prego again ha!…I just need to keep taking them while I am breastfeeding) at Rite Aid.  The lady told me to wait  a second while she checked to see if she had them in.  She did, grabbed the box and came back.  She asked for my information (DOB and phone) and asked if I was going to wait or come back to get it. I asked how long it would take….and she said 30 minutes.  If she had the box in her hand, along with my prescription, why EXACTLY would it take 30 minutes for me to get that box? Pharmaceutical stupidity. ‘Nuff said. And …rant over.

By Joy

I'm 42, a remarried mom of an 8 year old girl and a toddler son, a teacher, and a writer. People tell me I tend to be brutally honest and ...tell it like it is, so I had hoped to use this outlet to keep me sane while I got used to my new life as a stay-at-home Mom back when I was home with my daughter....it worked. And it's been therapeutic through the end of a marriage and the emergence of me...

2 comments

  1. Because you have a prescription for the vitamins, they have to run it through their system as such which also means waiting for approval from the insurance company. Considering it is electronically approved it shouldn’t really take 30 minutes but they probably have a backlog of items to input, leading to the wait time. Even when Scott did NOT have insurance they would make us wait… who exactly are they checking with for a cash-paying customer?? Who knows…

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