I recently realized that I was running a bit low on one of Lauren's transplant medicines, and since we are still waiting to see her new cardiology team, I just ordered more from our mail-order pharmacy. That was twelve days ago. It took them nearly a week to process the refill request, but the tracking information showed that it was shipped from near Phoenix on Tuesday morning. I started to worry last night when the bottle barely had enough left in it for her evening dose.
This morning I considered it a miracle when I was able to get one more dose out of the bottle. I started calling around to pharmacies in the area in case the medicine didn't come in today's mail. At first I was optimistic. CVS pharmacies can only check the inventory in their individual stores so I was confident that one of them would have some. Nope. None of the Super Wal-Mart stores had any either. Neither did a few independent pharmacies that were suggested by the other stores. I finally gave up and called Walgreens, even though they no longer work with our insurance company. The kind pharmacist at our closest Walgreens told me that there was none of that medicine available at any Walgreens store in Arizona; apparently, it's been on a manufacturer back-order for about two months.
I was starting to panic.
I prayed and waited for the mail to come.
Our miracle today:
God is Good All The Time and All The Time God is Good!