It comes out of nowhere. A jagged pain sears across my frontal lobe. Jolted to attention, I scan the sky for storm clouds. It’s calm and sunny, but don’t be fooled. Something wicked this way comes. The barometric pressure drops again, slowly ripping open my sinuses like the fault line in an earthquake. Death Eaters swirl above, near invisible, but I know they’re there. The only salvation is rain, sweet rain…and Tylenol Sinus. Sinus Sister battens down the hatches and waits. This too will pass.
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