Cotton in the bottle



As I poked my finger at the wad of cotton trying to get it back into my container of low dose aspirin, I stopped to ask myself why I would do this.  It’s not easy to get it back out and if the aspirin is just going to set on a shelf,  the easiest thing to do is throw the cotton away.  Its only purpose is to fill the unused space in the container and keep the movement of the pills at a minimal.

Warm wishes for good health









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  1. We take the same low dose aspirin. My frugal grandmother used to save that cotton to use for something else. She was born in the Depression-era and always saved anything she could. She was a great cook, but we were often skeptical about eating leftovers from the fridge…she would keep things WAY too long. Thanks for the remembrance you gave me of her today.

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