Crazy days indeed! I don’t think I ever thought that I’d make it to 30 or to 40, but as of today, I actually made it to 58 years old. Happy Birthday to Me! This year, I’m celebrating my birthday […]
Crazy days indeed! I don’t think I ever thought that I’d make it to 30 or to 40, but as of today, I actually made it to 58 years old. Happy Birthday to Me!
This year, I’m celebrating my birthday with Granny and Grandpa here in Scottsdale. I’m the only visitor who has got to stay with them since the entire Covid Quarantine started back in March. That comes with both responsibility and a bit of fear.
I would definitely NOT want to be the guy that got either Granny or Grandpa sick. Covid of any strain is NOT welcome here.
Even before the vaccines were announced, I’ve always said that there is no way that I would get the vaccine. I just don’t believe in them. I will definitely never get another flu vaccine. I’ve got it twice in past years, and got deathly ill each time. Never again.
And until the other day, I was very strong about not getting a Covid-19 vaccine – but that changed on Christmas Day. It wasn’t during my phone call with my long time buddy Tim when he said he was going to get the vaccine at the earliest possible time. He gets the flu shot too …
I started thinking about it differently after hearing that my cousin Sammy Dea, who is a nurse, said that she is NOT getting the vaccine until there is more data about it’s efficacy. I thought – smart girl and that made me feel good about my own personal opinion, But what really swayed my mind is when another cousin, Samantha’s sister Maddy, said that she was going to get the vaccine, just so that she could come and visit Granny and Grandpa.
I definitely do NOT want to take the vaccine, BUT if there is a chance that it will keep Jim and Ruthmary Braden safe – and allow me to spend more time with them in the coming months and years, I will have to seriously consider it when my opportunity comes – as long as Bill Gates has nothing to do with it.