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Nesting Dolls for Old People

December 23, 2022

I needed to top off my little bottle of purse ibuprofen, so I grabbed the bathroom bottle, but that only had enough tablets in it to fill little bottle, so I had to get the big bottle from the linen closet to refill the bathroom one. It’s the circle of life.

Three white plastic bottles lined up from small to large.


I recently found out from the internet that some people pronounce ibuprofen as “I. B. Profen”, which just, no. Around here, it’s “I-boo” or “Vitamin I”.


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2019: Back Out There
2018: I’m a Pot Head
2017: Sometimes It’s the Little Things
2016: Human Popsicle
2015: Mountain Chic
2014: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas Eve
2013: WDW Day 7: Downtown Disney and Christmas Party
2012: Sock Monkeys Wish They Knew How to Drive
2011: A Trip Down Memory Lane
2010: Headache
2009: True Then, True Now
2008: Pastel Jungle Quilt
2007: Contented
2006: Mr. Toasty & One Glove, All Alone
2005: Winter Count—September
2004: Snow Day
2003: Rail Fence Baby Quilt
2002: Quilting Outside the Lines

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  1. Bev Says:

    Love the idea of nesting dolls. Perfect.

  2. Mel Says:

    We say it like “I-boo” too, and we (or mostly *I*) move it between bottles more or less just like that, too. But I am now on Eliquis (blood thinner) and I am not supposed to take NSAIDS, meaning I’m left with just Tylenol, ugh.

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