Sunday, 6 October 2013

Silent Sunday

Me, Myself and I



15 comments:

  1. Nice bit of reassurance getting the jab! I haven't had flu since I was 11, but seeing how ill my husband and boys were last year with it I would now jump at the chance of a jab! None of us are in high risk categories though.

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    1. I'm always in too minds about it to be honest, I still get lots of colds and chest infections but I suppose it's better than getting the flu as that really knocks you out.

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    1. Got a sore arm today though :o(

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  3. Im thinking we need the jabs, as we are not high risk i'd have to pay for them too. Lewis has flu in July it was awful.

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    1. Real flu is nasty, it's a personal choice the Flu Jab, at least people can get them if they want them now reasonably cheaply.

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  4. how does having reception closed aid the smooth running of the clinic .. are they finally admitting that reception causes issues?? lol x

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    1. Lol written your reply further down Jaime.

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  5. Oh that makes sense......NOT! LOL!

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    1. Lol Betsy, written the reason below for you xxx

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  6. Betsy and Jaime the surgery is normally closed on a Saturday, except they opened all day for the flu clinic, it just meant they weren't dealing with anything else.

    You joined your queue had the jab and out again, all done very quickly although a lot of standing which wasn't too good for the knees.

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  7. Every year I plan to get a flu jab...don't and get the flu (like right now)

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  8. I bet that was some production line they had going!

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  9. Hi Dawn thanks for popping into my blog! Argh flu had this two years ago, it was awful. Not old enough for a jab :-)

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