I do not post personally on FB much but I did today...
Two very personal images that pierce my heart most especially on this second anniversary of my dad's death.
The first picture is from January 27th, 2022.
It is as close as I can get to my mother with advanced dementia. The front line nurses have been amazing but they do wish I could visit to help them out with her.
The CDC does not recommend that people with anaphylactic reactions receive mRNA vaccines.
Patients who experience a severe allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis) after a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine should be instructed not to receive additional doses of the same type vaccine; if the dose received was an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, the patient should not receive additional doses of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. In addition, patients may be referred to an allergist-immunologist for appropriate work-up and additional counseling.
The second is January 28th, 2020.
Two years ago on this day - his 81st birthday, my dad died. I was able to drive to the hospital and be with him until his last breath. A gift that would be denied me today as it has been for so many others.
At this point in the pandemic with Omicron as the dominant variant, this post is simply to state, given the science and witness of other democratic countries, it is time to eliminate vaccine mandates that are dividing so many otherwise loving souls. It is time to forgive and begin the work of restoring relationships between families, friends, coworkers and all God loving peoples. Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of Intercessors, intercede on our behalf with your Son as you did at Cana. Amen.