Wordful Wednesday – The Flu

Wordful Wednesday 411: Wordful Wednesday is like Wordless Wednesday, except WITH words.  It’s for those of us that just cannot be wordless, no matter how much we try.  Add my Wordful Wednesday badge to your post (right side bar under “WW”) if you really want to make me happy, and then add your post link to the linky below. Easy peasy.

One of the perks of having a Pharmacist for a husband is that he can administer the flu vaccine to us and we don’t have to go to the doctor.  This is sort of a moot point though, because I hate getting the flu vaccine.  Up until this year, I’ve only gotten it once before.  It was 9 years ago and I was pregnant with Garrett.  My arm was so sore for 2 weeks after I had the shot that I swore I’d never get the shot again.

This year, however, Jeff convinced me that we really should get the flu vaccine and it would be super easy because he could give it to us lick-ety-split.

And he did.

Yet we all still got the flu.

I’m never getting the flu vaccine again.

Have a Wordful post to share with us?  Join us in our linky AFTER you check out Amanda’s Parenting By Dummies and these 4 awesome posts from last week’s linky!  We pick our 4 faves every week to feature and it’s just our way of saying thanks for sharing your moments with us!  Drum roll please…

  • Thanks to Miss Elainous Life for proving that kid photo fails are universal and that anyone who can take a decent photo of a group of kids without anyone screaming, rolling away, or posing with their skirt flipped over their head is a professional and should be paid accordingly.
  • Blogging while a war is waging near your home is not something most of us would feel like doing.  Thank you to Around the Island for sharing her experience during the war in Tel Aviv as things reach back towards normalcy.
  • Carpe Diem is the motto even when you are sick when you hang with The Ramblings.  Oh, and they like high-fives too!
  • The E! True Hollywood Story Four Plus An Angel Story of what kids do when left attended.

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