The kids got a free book from one of the restaurants we frequent. Seeing it made me smile.
I used to play Mad Libs with my siblings when I was a child. It shouldn't surprise you that I still have one of the ones we wrote in from the mid 80s. A few years ago, I found a jumbo-size Mad Libs book and bought it for my children. We had lots of fun filling in the blanks. We had even more fun reading the stories aloud to each other.
I hadn't thought about it in awhile, but I wrote a piece a few years ago using a Mad Libs-styled theme. I know it's not the case yet for everyone, but now, especially with how many are being recommended, when I took a step back and look at what parents are being asked to have injected into their child, it's maddening.
I'm glad I know a little bit more about the vaccine program. I've been able to make better decisions about vaccines now that I know what I know. Of course, I wished I'd know more about them when my children were younger. Maybe then I might not be so mad sometimes when I think about what happened post-vaccination.
Since I can't go back in time and change what did happen, I can and will continue share that I think about the vaccine program. For those new to reading what I share on the topic...I think that the program really, really ________.