Tomorrow, the health dept. is going to have a free swine flu vaccination clinic here in town from 2-7. I will be taking my girls to get their shot. I know they older girls can get it, since the school recording phonecall yesterday said so. I think Bree qualifies too since she is young, even though she isn't school age. I can't get it yet, because I'm not in the "high risk" catagory. So tomorrow, we'll tell swine flu where to go as they get stuck with a needle fun fun!
So, every news story I've seen regarding these vaccination clinics, they show lines blocks long, and people waiting for hours to get these shots...eeks. This has me worried. Granted, I'm not in a huge city or anything, but this is for LaSalle County, not just my town. I'm worried about long lines and waiting outside in the chilly weather trying to keep an almost 2 yr old occupied. I thought about getting the girls out of school early. Not sure the school would be happy with that, it might be unexcused... I also thought of keeping them home all day tomorrow so we can go even earlier to check it out, see if lines are forming etc. maybe I could tell the school there was a family emergancy or something... I don't know what to do. I just know if I wait and go after school, everyone else and their brother is going to be there at that time too. Any suggestions?