Thursday, November 12, 2009

H1N1 Strikes

I'm heading off to quilt guild shortly and I know I won't have time to post later.

My daughter Holly was diagnosed with the H1N1 flu last week.  She's on the mend but felt soooo darn bad last week.  She said in her classroom of 9 students, 5 are out with the flu and several others should be staying home.  I told her to ask her doctor if it would help her to get the H1N1 vaccine, now that she's had a bout with that flu.  I don't know if there's any advantage but it's definitely worth checking out.  Maybe some of you know the answer?

Gotta run -- time to grab a quick bite to eat, get gas for the T&C and pick up Sue for guild.

3 comments: said...

Dear Suzanne-- From an NPR report a week or so ago, it sounds like she should get the vaccine
anyway. They say that the test for H1N1 is not
very specific, and you can't necessarily be sure that she actually had it, and even if she did, it won't hurt her. Check out this report (there are others, too) online at

Hope she heals quickly! (I love your blog!!)

Suzanne said...

Thanks for the comments Heather. I'll pass the info on to my daughter. Since she teaches special ed in a really poor area, most parents can't keep their kids home, so she's bound to pick up the flu again. Glad you enjoy my blog -- I appreciate that!

Eddie said...

Oh, no! I hope Holly is feeling better soon.

By the way, Tracy loves the mitts and thinks Michelle will, too. He said that they are the perfect blend of casual and dressy.

- Eddie