The Gibson Girls auction company - these are by far the best I've ever seen! They're always so nicely arranged and organized by room, and I never leave empty-handed (unfortunate for my wallet, great for me!).
This past auction took place at the late couple's residence, a wooded lot close to Lake Michigan. The house was one of those great mid-century homes with the huge sunken living room and countertop stove in the kitchen. I instantly felt at home there. The hosta/fern garden out back was incredible, too! So much work and time had been put into this amazing backyard retreat - I only hope that the new owners cherish it as much as they did.
There will always be a need for pharmacists, but it'll be interesting to see how their job will change. From chemist, to counselor, to practitioner - that seems to be how it's going. Mike has to dole out vaccines now - that's new. The way our healthcare is changing in the US, pretty soon pharmacists will be the new "country doctors" - taking temperatures, recording vital stats, etc. - all those things that would cost you $300 just for setting foot in a doctor's office these days.
Now, I won't be cutting up that Algoma Drug scrip EVER, but I do like to use pharmacy labels and artefacts in my artwork: