Miss KT just called, in a panic, because she has no medications for tomorrow morning, and she says she just had it filled. Of course, the doctor is not in his office, she has a college placement test first thing in the morning, and she says she's tearing everything apart looking. Since the pharmacy called here reminding us we had a prescription to be picked up, Hubby called to see if it was hers. Nope. And, since she just had it filled, and it's a triplicate, any "lost medications" must be approved by her doctor, and unless our insurance has a "lost medications" allowance, a refill will cost about $200. I called her back and informed her of all this, and she has a partial plan (at least). She's going to take her test, then go to the doctor's office rather than calling, and take care of it. Her plan doesn't go as far as the replacement costs, however. This is the first time she's done something like this. She's usually really good about taking and keeping track of her medications, because she doesn't like the way she feels without them. But if the doctor can't help her tomorrow...oh, Lordy, duck and cover!