Places– of Charm

Our daughter Janice Cristina is on a month long college tour, and because she accidentally used a chapstick causing an allergy, we are mailing a cortesone product (Desoximetasone) to tomorrow’s destination, a The Tulip Hotel in Amsterdam.   My husband will send it overnight. Wish we were there, ha ha, wouldn’t she love that!  The trip is from College Break, and they move around Europe every three days.   Janice says she’s too busy to write post cards, and that is okay.  IMG_0337 by Cary Veech  Golden Tulip Hotel Amsterdam by vonlohmann


11 thoughts on “Places– of Charm

  1. Kathleen

    My husband just phoned to tell me he was unable to mail the allergy cream– certain things can’t be mailed. Oh well.

  2. Janessa Breckenridge

    I know, we had a similar situation when one of our boys needed an inhaler. Kathleen, maybe J.C. can go to a drug store and ask if they have an over-the-counter. Our policies in the U.S. are tighter for certain meds.

  3. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Desoximetasone 0.25% (Topicort) is in Group II and is a very potent (600 times over the counter hydo cortesone) cortesone product, but maybe Janice will get lucky at the pharmacy.

  4. Kathleen

    Her lips, in the meantime, will swell up like bad botox goldfish lips, and all red around the edges. Still, I appreciate what you two have told me. Thanks!

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