I worked at the hospital Thursday night and got this handy dandy little card to wear on my badge as proof. Actually it’s proof that I’ve had my flu shot. They’re mandatory in my department, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
This is the only job I’ve ever had.where your flu shot comes to you. To your desk. Free of charge. Administered by a beautiful nurse. The same night supervisor that has been giving it to me for years. And I never ever feel it. She’s that good. 🙂 Thank you Melissa Norris Farley! ♡ Love you my friend! ♡
I can honestly say that I can’t remember the last time I came down with the flu. I believe the flu shot works.
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? Vaccines did not exist in biblical times. The judgment has to be made on the basis of the best evidence to date, since there is no definitive biblical teaching either for or against. There is no “holy” answer.
The choice is yours. God will give you the wisdom you need to make a sound decision that works best for you.All you have to do is ask Him. I choose to vaccinate. I work with young children on my day job, so I’m exposed to lots of germs. And I’ve seen far too many cases of unnecessary illness and death in the PICU on my night job from lack of vaccinations.
There’ll be no flu here. 🙂 I got my flu shot. How about you?
Don’t wait. Vaccinate.
If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. James 1:5
Love and laughter,