After a wonderful week-long visit from my beautiful daughter and granddaughter, I thought I would write a bit.
It’s hard to believe October is nearly here! Our Utah mountains are beautiful.
I will be headed up to the canyon soon to take some pictures as this one does not show the beauty well, but first I need to get over a little cold. Which prompted me to write this post.
Last night I felt a sore throat coming on. After falling asleep for a few hours, I woke up and headed to the medicine cupboard. My search for cough drops was a success, but my favorite cold medicine box was . . . empty. It made me think of what it means to be prepared for colds or other emergencies. Sure, I could have run to the store for some medicine, but during an emergency when stores are closed, that isn’t possible.
I popped a cough drop in my mouth, and quickly fell back to sleep. Something as little as a cough drop on a sore throat can be so soothing. A few “regulars” in the medicine cabinet will be comforting for my family as well when needed for colds and flu this fall. So, I will be restocking the medicine cabinet tomorrow with what is missing. Can you guess what may be on our October Food Storage shopping list?
How to Organize the Medicine Cabinet
My Printable Medicine List.pdf (you can make a word doc list as well)