Yep, this is definitely good advice this year. I've personally been iffy on flu shots getting them some years and not others. But, this year, I've been pregnant (thus I have depressed immune system) and got my flu shot when my doctor told me to. I work with hundreds of teens and pre-teens who seem to get sick on a regular basis and enjoy sharing their germs (i.e. not a lot of hand-washing going on) and I have yet to get sick.Now- everyone promise to GO GET YOUR FLU SHOT!!! Rob's Dad made us all promise to tell everyone to get one. Now, you go tell people. Preventing this from happening to someone else is the best way to honor Rob's memory.
I haven't made it through your entire recap yet, but I just wanted to say that I shed a few tears over your account of your commitment ceremony. Thank you so much for sharing it.Day Four - Sunday September 28th-THE BIG DAY!- Part Four
And we didnt' cry! We had both gotten all teary and cried every other time we read through the ceremony (I'm getting choked up about it now!) but that day, we were SO happy and having so much fun, that there were no tears during the ceremony. Just big goofy grins and looking at each other happily. We were totally in the moment, and enjoyed it as it happened. It was magical.