I picked up my sons this afternoon only to find that my five-year-old is running a slight fever. He looks like he does not feel too well, poor fella. So what did I do? Well, I went and bought some children’s ibuprofen and acetaminophen in order to keep the fever down. He is now lying down on my couch in my office waiting for his mom to pick him up.
While he is not feeling well, I woke up with another migraine. Yes, another one. It happens when the cooler weather comes to town. The temperatures this week–although it may not be that big of a deal for others–have been bone-chilling to me. Since I grew up near South Padre Island, Texas, and because I am used to warmer weather, this 50+ degrees is cold and the 30+ degrees at night is even colder to me. This means (if I am not mistaken) that a Low has come into town and that means cooler temperatures. When the barometric pressure drops ever so slightly, I have a migraine.
By the way, we have a new dog. His name is Max.