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Jan 22 2012

It’s gonna be one those days


Do you ever wake up and within a very short amount of time, you realize it’s gonna be one of those days?

I had to run to Walgreens to get Gavin’s prescriptions. 

As I open the window to our rental car to speak to the pharmacist,  all the snow that had been on the roof decided to fall at that very moment.

The drivers side of the car was covered.  Snow piled on my lap and filled the floor board as well as the inside door panel.

It was quite a shock because was most definitely not expecting that to happen.

I’m pretty sure that it’s gonna be one of those days.


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Dec 03 2011

Lost and Tired’s Android app of the day 12/03/2011


Featured Android app of the day


Today’s featured app comes from Walgreens Pharmacy. The app is simply titled: Walgreens <—- Click here to download

The Lost and Tired house has been using this app since it was released. Basically, you can refill your prescription buy simply scanning the bar code on your prescription bottle with the camera on your Android device. Once you have successfully scanned the bar code, you select the location of the pharmacy nearest you. Everything is done automatically after that.

We manage a great deal of prescriptions, especially with my wife’s health issues. The app by Walgreens has helped to streamline and simplify things. I would whole heartedly recommend this app to anyone the uses Walgreens Pharmacy for their prescriptions.


I have used this app, myself, many times and it really does make things easier. You can also browse the Walgreens weekly ad and order photo prints from your local store as well.


I would highly recommend this app to anyone with an Android device that uses the Walgreens Pharmacy. As special needs parents, we have our hands full with everyday life. Anything that can make life just a little bit easier… a great thing.

This is an example of technology, truly making life a bit better.

Download and Install


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Oct 07 2011

It’s a Miracle


I ran to Walgreens to get a few items and there they were. They sat there on the store shelf like a little box of miracles. They claim that these allow you the power to make your own quiet time.

Think of the power this will give me.  It’s like the fabled and long sought after mute button.

I already feel more powerful and I haven’t even opened the box yet.  I want to make sure that I’m in a good place when I open them and subsequently use them for the first time.

This amount of power should only be used for good.

Unfortunately,  the mood I’m in after Gavin’s meltdown,  Elliott’s constant whining and Emmett’s insatiable desire to sit on my shoulders (everywhere I go),  I can’t be trusted to wield this awesome new power….yet.

However,  if this works as advertised,  and I fully expect them to,  all I will have to do is put them in my ears and the boys will instantly be transported into quiet time.

If they don’t,  well,  I’m out $4…but if they do… ;-)


– Lost and Tired

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