“Yea son. Be careful for what you wish for because you are bound to regret some of the things you think you want at the moment,” Dr. Fleming said.
Suddenly, the ceiling lights in the room swung rapidly. Cracks appeared in the ground beneath their feet. Roni got very nervous, but Dr. Fleming kept on talking as if nothing was happening.
“Do you not feel the earthquake?” Roni asked shakily to Dr. Fleming.
“What earthquake? Now, tell me son, what are other physical and chemical properties of penicillin?” questioned Dr. Fleming. Before Roni could answer, the room swirled before him and he felt himself fainting again.
“Honey! Wake up,” Roni heard his grandma’s voice, “you are having a nightmare!” Roni slowly opened his brown eyes and was relieved to see that he was back in home under his blankets. He was even happier to see his grandma looking down at him. He gave her a hug.
“Jeez, that nightmare must have been bad,” his grandma said.
“Grandma, what are other physical and chemical properties of Penicillin?” Roni questioned his grandma.
“Hmm, let’s see. Penicillin is slightly soluble, odorless, and crystalline powder looking. Why?” Roni’s grandma asked.
“No reason,” Roni smiled.