A good way to celebrate the Labor Day holiday is to adjust your actions to make the labor of others a bit easier.
If you like to run around with your shoes untied, that’s your right. If you happen to trip on that shoestring, you ought to treat your own wounds like common folk did back in the good old days.
The same goes for deadly viruses. If you pass on a vaccine and get sick, you owe it to the medical staff at your local hospital to bring yourself back to normal with home remedies and folksy wisdom.
Nurses have the hardest job in all of medicine. Do them a favor and stay out of their way while they treat those who deserve their care.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.