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S.L. Armstrong
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Lives in Tampa, Florida
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I'm going to pipe up and say I'm glad companies like #ModCloth exist, but they still don't cater to all plus size women, and as one of those women who is above that 4X (and a lot of those 4X items mentioned they ran on the smaller side, so you needed to size up, so it's not really 4X, it's more like 3X), it's disappointing. I've struggled my whole life against a body with genetic disorders that have led me to the weight I'm at. I've hated myself. I've starved myself. I've done terrible, irreparable damage to my own body out of a desire to be what was 'beautiful'. I've learned I am beautiful as I am, and if I happen to lose 10lbs here or there, wonderful, but I no longer obsess about it.

What I would like is to see true 4X, 5X, and 6X clothing that is stylish and cute. Why can't I be cute at a 5X? :) I find it difficult to find clothing in my size that isn't unisex shorts or slacks and tunic tops that simply make me look pregnant and don't cover me to my comfort level. I'd like to see more companies embrace the higher end of the plus size spectrum, too. Because, dammit, I would like to go to my next business function looking snazzy and gorgeous in an outfit that I bought off a virtual rack. :)
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I tried out the Souffle clay last week and actually really disliked it. It was way too soft for my tastes. It textures beautifully, but it was incredibly sticky (without much conditioning and in a house kept at 68F) and difficult to work with. And, after baking the jewelry pieces, I didn't see a noticeable difference in weight between the finished pieces made using the Souffle versus just using Premo. So, my partner and I decided that--while we're glad to have worked with it--once we use up the dozen bricks we bought, we won't be repurchasing the line.
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  • Storm Moon Press
    Publisher, 2010 - present
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Owner and Managing Editor of Storm Moon Press. Author of Making Ends Meet and Catalyst.
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I had a terrible, terrible experience with Walgreens refusing to fill one of my prescriptions. My doctor highly recommended I go and fill it at Bill's. Sure enough, they filled the prescription within 10 minutes, and did so with a smile. Within the week, I transferred ALL my prescriptions to Bill's, and I haven't regretted the decision. They are always so courteous, very kind, helpful, and communicative. And the fact that they deliver my prescriptions helps with them being a bit out of my way unless my partner is working (as she works near Bill's). All in all, I cannot recommend Bill's and their staff any more than I do, and I've recommended them to my family and local friends every time someone asks 'What pharmacy do you go to?' :)
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
After being a customer for 2 years, I have pulled all my prescriptions from Walgreens. This is after they filled one of my prescriptions in November, and when I presented the prescription in December, the pharmacist was suddenly 'not comfortable' filling it and told me to have my doctor prescribe something else. Pharmacists are NOT doctors and have NO legal right to refuse to fill prescriptions or demand doctors change their patients' medication regimen. I then took my prescriptions to the Big Bend Walgreens, but the pharmacist had called there and WARNED them about me. I got a call this morning saying they had validated the prescription with my doctor AND called the manufacturer of the medication, but they still would not fill the prescription. So, I picked it up and am filling the prescription elsewhere, though I would not tell them where so they couldn't also call them and violate my privacy as a patient further. Walgreens is an awful chain pharmacy, and I would highly suggest those in Riverview keep far away from both the Gibsonton and Big Bend stores if they don't want to suddenly have their prescription make the pharmacists 'uncomfortable' and you have to go cold turkey. Practicing medicine without a license is illegal, and Walgreens should be ashamed.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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I am deeply, deeply troubled by the experience I had on Friday. We're a low income family and used the county voucher system to get our male cat neutered. We dropped him off at 7:30am and were called at 3pm to come and get him. By the time we got him home, we knew something was very, very wrong. We rushed Daniel to our regular vet (Boyette Animal Hospital) where they told us it was a botched neuter job. The neuter site was a mess, Daniel had been over sedated, he was dehydrated, and his white blood count was already climbing alarmingly high. They had to shake him to get him to respond to them. He was in a lot of pain, but had been given no pain medication to manage it. By the time our vet had tended to the mess our cat was left in--antibiotic injection, anti-inflammatory injection, sub-q fluids, pain medication--we were out an additional $350 we didn't have. I know our vet took down the clinic's information and planned to contact someone about the state Daniel was in when he was returned to us, and we also plan to contact the county to lodge a complaint. We had vouchers for our other cats and appointments set up for them with this clinic, but after Daniel's botched procedure (and such a basic procedure!), we will be cancelling those appointments and going back to the Humane Society where we have NEVER had such hellish results.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago