Best pill organizer

Submitted by paron on Wed, 2007-09-19 16:57

For travel, especially, these are the best I've found: Note the button release on the lower edge? No more accidental pill spills. It's also easier to open one compartment at a time.

A hidden feature that I liked a lot: the bottom of the compartments have a smooth curve up to the edge, instead of square corners, so it's easy for those of us with oversize fingers to get those slightly clingy capsules out of there. No corner for them to get caught in.

They're available in several colors, so I use grey for "evening" pills, green for "morning" pills. Your associations may vary, especially if you're a night owl (I'm a lark, myself.)

Camellia for Odhilda

Submitted by speedbird on Fri, 2007-09-07 07:41

One bloom on an Arum leaf. I always sniff to see if there is a scent, although I know that there won't be - they look as though they should be highly fragranced. This variety is called "Anticipation", a feeling that is common here about the Cap.

I had to leave that shrub behind when I moved house last year unfortunately, however I now have a h u g e garden and am looking forward to the time when I will be fit enough to do it justice. (Fingers crossed)


To melt your heart

Submitted by robertd on Tue, 2007-08-28 14:35

This little lady is 8 weeks old and is the latest addition to our extended family. Her name is Mair, pronounced my_urr (welsh for mary), she's a pedigree border collie. She arrived because Karen's cousin's much loved Samantha sadly died 2 weeks ago. We also loved Sam very much, so as soon as Mair was taken home, we had to go and see her and she is so cute. We spent the whole day with her yesterday in Llangollen.