Are there questions you still have for your father? I'm in my early 40's. My dad is in his late 70's. At times I think he'll live forever, but I know that's just not true. If you're getting older like some of us, and lucky enough to still have your father in your life today, now could be the best time to ask your father some questions before it's too late. This article was inspired by this great post on Fatherly.com so let's give credit where it's due... https://www.fatherly.
Be prepared for your WORLD to be turned upside down on what you thought you knew about vaccines. And then, go get your vaccine shot. The truth is, after receiving the AstraZeneca shot along with my wife 9 days ago, I write this article with one goal in mind: that you make 'getting-vaccinated-soon' a top priority in your life. Because you getting vaccinated is the hero of this story. You getting vaccinated slows the spread of COVID-19, buys us time, and helps save lives. Now
Last week my wife and I were vaccinated. We didn't call ahead and only waited around 7 minutes for it to happen. How did we do it? First, some facts: My wife and I are in our early to mid 40s AND we live in Canada, which to be honest, is not having the greatest of shows in vaccinating its citizens. But that's not what this article is about. This article is here to help you get vaccinated if you still haven't yet. And I'm here to tell you why it's important to get vaccinated i