Elaine a model. VFA membership.

Elaine a model

Elaine and five other women from Royal Palm will be models in an upcoming fashion show here in the Park. She and two others, Nina Page and Gladys Swartz, went up to Anthem this morning to select three outfits each that they will model in the show. They went to the store that is sponsoring the event, which will take place on Feb 28th. The fashion show will benefit the Park Association through ticket sales to attend the event. I made tickets for the event and they will go on sale this week. Continue reading Elaine a model. VFA membership.

Melrose Kitchen breakfast. Dennis Murphy visit. Hobby Lobby bargains. Taco Dinner.

Melrose Kitchen breakfast

Melrose Kitchen entrance
The colorful entrance to Melrose Kitchen reflects the overall atmosphere of the restaurant

Our Saturday morning breakfast out took us to Melrose Kitchen, on 7th Ave in the Melrose District. We’ve been there once before and I wanted to go back to try something else. Besides, we kind of like the atmosphere and the decor. They have a good and varied menu, with a mix of Mexican and American dishes. That’s kind of unusual, because the owners are of oriental descent. I tried their Biscuits and Sausage Gravy with Scrambled Eggs and Link Sausage, and Elaine had their French Toast and Sausages. Good meal, and lots of sausage to bring home to the boys. Continue reading Melrose Kitchen breakfast. Dennis Murphy visit. Hobby Lobby bargains. Taco Dinner.

Pharmacy shock. Newsletter printing. Elaine and Gladys shopping.

Pharmacy shock

I mentioned yesterday that I was prescribed an ointment to use on precancerous skin lesions – actinic keratosis – on my face. Tirsa, the NP who treated me and made the prescription said there were two versions. The more expensive takes three days, the less expensive seven days. She wasn’t sure if the insurance company would cover the first but would try it first. I learned today that the insurance company did, indeed, cover the three-day version and I picked it up at Walgreen’s this afternoon. It was when I read the details on the prescription label that the shock came: I paid $45 as my share for the prescription and the insurance company paid the other $1,157.09! Yes,¬†$1,157.09! I hope it works! Continue reading Pharmacy shock. Newsletter printing. Elaine and Gladys shopping.