Whenever I hear the wind rustling the leaves on trees, whenever I feel the warmth of the sun on my face, whenever I smell freshly cut grass, it brings me back. It stirs up memories of carefree days spent outside.
Days spent exploring, pretending, reading. Days I long for. Days I wish I still had.
“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness?” – John Steinbeck
I love summer.
It is by far my favorite season (sorry, Autumn lovers…).
My birthday is in the summer. There is no school. And there’s the beach, literally my favorite place to be.
Today I want to share with you a guest post by mama Jessica.
Now I’m sure we all have heard about the rampant abuse of antibiotics, but Jessica is a Pediatric Nurse, so she sees how truly life-saving they can be.
It’s in time like these, we can all appreciate the life saving capabilities of antibiotics. Take it away Jessica.
Disclaimer: I (Jessica) am not a physician. Always follow the advice of your doctor and consult him for all medical and health-related questions. If you have any concerns, call your doctor or take your child to the nearest emergency room.
Let’s travel back in time to 1920 or so.
Your son comes down with a fever and a cough, nothing too worrying.