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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Are You Protected?

If you work outside your house, you are likely to be around other people. Unless you work in the lab somewhere that you are the only person in the room then you don't have to worry about the pandemic that is all over the news these days. I am lucky enough to teach my children at home except for one who's in high school. I would suggest eating healthy meals and washing hands every time you go to the bathroom. If you are still scared of what will happen, you can buy swine flu kits. We don't go out much however, I take precaution by giving my kids vitamin C before going out and washing hands when we get home.


Artist Victoria O'Neill April 29, 2009 at 8:34 PM  

i agree. it is much ado about nothing in a way......hand washing is key.

Ray April 30, 2009 at 11:18 PM  

We can only do so much to protect our children but when other parents are reckless and careless, we suffer too. I hope all's well on your end!

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