Erik Nitsche: Get Well Soon Medicine Bottle
When we don't feel well, daily cares and ordinary worries suddenly seem unimportant. Suddenly, the only thing that really matters is feeling better. When illness sets in, nothing can help more than the warm sentiments of family and friends who express their concern and care. Sometimes a gift or a visit will offer cheer and comfort to those we love the most. But, when separated by miles or other circumstances, often the best way to reach sick friends or relatives is through the mail . And, in such cases, even the envelope can convey the message we seek to share. This artwork offers a charming prescription for illness: a bottle of sunshine, clearly labeled with the words, "Get Well Soon." And, even a spoon is provided for dispensing. It delivers its message of hope and joy, and is sure to bring a smile to someone who is ill.
This artwork was originally published on the Fleetwood® First Day Cover for the U.S. 22¢ Get Well! stamp issued April 20, 1987.
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