Going to the Apotheke

I went grocery shopping today at the nearest town. It is around ten to fifteen minutes drive from where we live. Grocery shopping is part of my weekly routine and I love it. Before I started shopping, I did went first to the bank and then to the Apotheke. This is the German term for drugstore or pharmacy. I need to buy a prescribed medicine for hubby. The doctor’s prescription was dated April 1 and the pharmacist told me that a doctor’s prescription is only valid for a month. Since today is already May 4, that prescription should already landed in the trash can but I was very happy because the pharmacist considered it. It was the first time that it happened because hubby always forgot to give me that paper.

I am also happy to know that I did not spent too much money for shopping today. I am saving money from time to time now to buy a ps3 slimline in the future. I wish to give it to my nephew as a graduation present.

Remember if you go to the Apotheke or Pharmacy in Germany, the doctor’s prescription is only valid for a month. At least, I know about it now.

 
 

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