We are glad her business is growing even though it does entail longer wait times. Today I miscalculated said time and ended up with one of these:
|My first parking meter ticket in twelve years|
Mexico has a very strong vaccination campaign for its citizens and residents even before the H1N1 outbreak of a few years back. I remember they had vaccination booths set-up inside the grocery stores and it was free to anyone who wanted one while at the same time it was hard to find the vaccine in the US and if you were lucky enough to find it you paid a hefty price.
Mother and I were considering getting a tetanus shot but when we got to the hospital found out they quit giving them out after 2:00 p.m. The nurse told us we could get free flu shots as well but I am kind of leary of that vaccine. I need to research it further and who knows I might decide to get it to make it worth my while since I have to return to pay the fine and spend $3.00 to cross to Mexico and 25.00 Mexican pesos to cross back to the US (the equivalent of $2.00).
Wanted to give a warm welcome to Capt. Joey who recently signed on as a blog follower, Thank you for your readership.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.