Got To Go But I Am Still Here

Yes I shall be seeing someone soon but I am still here as usual blogging. Seriously I have to prepare now since it is almost 12:00 p.m. here and we will be seeing each other at 1:00 p.m. I have my kids with me since my Sister Merlyn is not here yet to look after Faith.

We are also planning to look for a bicycle for Mj, she wanted that all along and I’d been hearing her reminders to buy a bike for her, since we already promised her that.

I am glad that Terry and I were able to talk for two hours this morning, I slept so early last night right after I was done reading the magazine I bought plus my friend called me this morning so I was able to open my computer a little bit early.

So guys happy Tuesday to all of you!

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Welcome Home Analee!

We had been chatting she would be back on March or April, we even joked at each other to tell Terry to stay until she and her husband would arrive so we could introduce our beloved man to each other. But it didn’t happen though because Terry has to go back very soon so he could go back here on our wedding.

Since I got back from our little vacation, I never heard of her. I saw her viewing my pictures in multiply and that’s it! No hi and hello which is unusual. The only thing why I know she was here was because I dreamed of her just last night. I was right though because she message me in YM that they are finally here in Davao, she gave me a number to call and right away I dialed the number she gave me.

We are planning to see each other soon! I miss this girl so much, I miss the going to church together and the chitchats that we once had. To Analee: Welcome home girl!

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I Bought Shorts, Bathrobe, and Mini Chair for Faith

But was not able to buy the bike that we promised for Mj, well she could not blame me for that because when we are ready to buy the bike that we saw last week doesn’t have brakes and the worst was the tire is flat.

Yes, it was only affordable compared to the one on display but how could you use the bike without the brakes otherwise if we are going to buy those. We would spend much than its regular price. Anyway, I told Mj the consequences if she persists me to buy that, on the contrary she did not.

I promised her instead that we will look for bikes on Tuesday, it must be available somewhere.

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Get A TDAP Shot

We do our best to protect our kids from getting sick, we protect them from any harmful environment and we always see to it that he is safe. But what if we are the conveyor of a very certain disease that in our thought, is impossible they would caught that disease from us. Have you ever heard of one taking a vaccine shot to protect his kid from an infectious disease. Are you willing to do such?

First thing first, let me tell you what is this certain disease that may harm us and our kids. It is called Pertussis. Now what is pertussis? Pertussis as commonly known as whooping cough is not only a childhood disease but affects teens and adults as well. Even among those who were vaccinated against pertussis as a child, immunity wanes five to ten years after vaccination, such that upon reaching adolescense and adulthood, these individuals are once again susceptible to the disease. And because pertussis is hight infectious infected teens and adults can transmit the infection to others, including babies.

And it would cause so much damage to those infected babies because the bacteria that causes pertussis is scattered in the air after an infected person coughs or sneezes. Once inhaled by babies it lodges itself on the surface lining of the respiratory tract and produces toxins and secretions that cause inflammation and blockage of the airway. Hence, the children or infants have smaller airways than older persons, the consequences of airway compromise can really be devastating.

To prevent the transmission, currently there is an available pertussis vaccine formulation, known as the Tdap vaccine, designed for teens and adults. Ask your doctor about the adolescent and adult pertussis vaccine.

Source: Working Mom Magazine March Edition

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