Monthly Archives: January 2019

This is why pharmacists are anally retentive.

Originally posted on drugopinions:
I don’t mean it in a bad way. It is the strength in us as pharmacists. We pay attention to details but in doing so, we sometimes drive people crazy. When a nurse ask for additional…

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Oak Ridge Girls: A 99-word Story

Oak Ridge Girls Newspaper advertisements across the country said that a new firm was looking for young women to work in a factory in Tennessee. The job description was vague, but housing was supplied. Girls from the Midwest flocked to … Continue reading

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A Different Point of View: 99 flash fiction

Using the same Carrot Ranch prompt of looking back, this pedometer geek wrote another 99-word (no more, no less) flash fiction. A Different Point of View Annie still shows up in his dreams. Looking back to his junior year, Dave … Continue reading

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Decision Re-imagined: A 99-word Flash

With the start of the new year, Carrot Ranch’s first prompt for 2019 was “looking back” and this is the pedometer geek’s take on the theme in 99 words (no more, no less). Decision Re-imagined Annie looked back on some … Continue reading

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