Ouch! I have a migraine this morning. I have chronic migraines and take a plethora of medication to try and stop them from arriving. Sometimes they are so depressing, no one likes to wake up in pain, I would say, when you have to go to work, but who wants to be in pain when you don't have to go to work either.
I always worry about my students who aren't able to tell me when they are in pain or maybe just feel plain weird. Especially those with seizures or who have had changes in medications. Since one of the medications I end up having prescribed to me are anti-seizure meds, I have some idea how they can stand you on your head, make you dizzy, tired or even make food taste lousy. But how do you know when this is happening to a child who can't speak? How often do I or anyone else think they are being stubborn or "non compliant"?
Communication is a beautiful thing.
This picture communicates "cute". And he makes my head feel better :)