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  1. …to her boyfriend of always, whom she met through homeschool co-op and a field trip to the Statue of Liberty twelve years ago. The wedding was awesome, the setting was spectacular, the food was totally delicious, the DJ was on point; people danced and had fun; the weather cooperated; the entire weekend spent in the AirBnB in the Shenandoah Valley, with family and friends was freakin matchless. Things that went differently than planned: the flowers, which were ordered and dd planned to assemble herself, did not all arrive. SIL drive to three grocery stores and bought up white roses, to be the feature flower. So after the rehearsal dinner, beginning at midnight and ending close to 2 am, the bridesmaids, dd, myself and groom’s mama assembled bouquets and boutonnières. They turned out rather well; average person would probably not realize how they got there. Other thing: the dress was mystifying to bustle. The bustle did not work in any normal way; even the events coordinator was baffled. There were frustrated tears. My dear, kind niece (not part of the wedding party, but somehow got involved) was a calming force and worked out *a* way to bustle it, though not *the* way; safety pins were involved. I don’t have many photos of my own; I didn’t want to be behind a camera half the time and sharing photos is so easy now, I’m getting some from others while we wait on the photographer’s work. But here are a couple I will temporarily share here:
    95 points
  2. I finally got to meet our precious granddaughter Emma Novalie.
    75 points
  3. I hope it’s okay for me to engage in some shameless self-promotion. Some of you know earlier this year I started doing the Let’s Make Art watercolor subscription. I have a life-long history of creating art, but I never really did much watercolor, though I have always loved it. I have been squeezing in a bit of painting almost daily; I work FT now so this is harder than it used to be, but I really want to practice as close to daily as I can manage. I do a lot of tutorials, but I mix in my fully original artwork, too. One of my paintings just got a (fourth place) ribbon at the fair. That’s a modest accomplishment, to be sure, but it was still affirming. Here are a few paintings I have done in the last few months:
    72 points
  4. Very happy with my gown. I had ordered one when we were discussing it here, but I hated it. So I ordered a long, navy sequined gown from Macy’s. I don’t have a real picture of me in my gown yet. (I do have a video my Dh took of me saying the blessing, but that might not upload.) But I can share a picture from a few weeks ago when I tried the gown with roughly the same hairstyle I wore in the wedding:
    59 points
  5. Thanks for sharing this with me, my peeps. 🙂
    57 points
  6. …college payment EVER!! So crazy happy we survived & want to share with all of you who helped me through all.of.it! Thank You!
    54 points
  7. We saved this cutie from the shelter.
    52 points
  8. To see my DD11, who struggled with Dyslexia so much, who despite learning her letters at 2 yrs old and wanting to read was still sounding out CVC words slowly in 2nd grade, curled up in her bed with a book almost every time I walk in her room! The girls LOVES books now! She is working through the summer reading package I got from Sonlight for her...she was reading other things over the summer so just got into them now. Mind you, we are using Bookshark F, so she already has a few chapters a day to read for that, so to also be choosing to read novels in her spare time makes me SO happy! She and I are talking about books, and just really bonding over this! When she was first diagnosed, I grieved. I was a bookworm growing up, I became a published author, books are my drug of choice and some of my best friends are fictional characters. Hearing that my daughter may never have that was SO hard. But she blew past our expectations and it is AWESOME!!!
    52 points
  9. I finally quit the thrift store. Again. This time for good. I used indeed.com and sent out numerous resumes to both retail stores and preschools. At this same time, I heard back from Publix from an application I put in the month before. I interviewed for a pharmacy clerk position. They called the next day to hire me but without any specifics. I didn't know how much they were offering or what hours they needed covered. He said he'd call me back on Monday. Well, on Monday I got a call from a head hunter (what else do you call them?) who worked for The Goddard School. It was funny because I interviewed that morning for a different Goddard School and wasn't really impressed by it. She insisted I do a recorded interview and she sent it along with my resume to The Goddard School only 10 minutes from my house. I got a text from the co-owner about an hour after I did the recorded interview and he wanted to meet me and for me to see his school. I told him about Publix but he insisted their school was special and even if I didn't take their position, he wanted to meet me. So I said okay and went in. Boy am I glad I did! That preschool is very impressive, very different from the first Goddard School I interviewed at. So I went home and talked to DH and he said my acceptance to Publix wasn't final yet because they didn't tell me the specifics yet and I should follow my heart. So an hour after I met with the co-manager, I texted him and told him if he had a position for me, I'd love to work there. I had expressed an interest in the infant room but was willing to work wherever they needed me just to get on that staff. He texted back so excited that I wanted to work there. He offered me the infant room at a fair salary we discussed, at least to start. I work 1:00 - 6:30 pm, the hours I told him would be my ideal. So he offered me everything I wanted in a job. I took it. I still waited to be contacted by Publix, but they didn't call. So I called them back and told the assistant store manager that since I had not heard anything back from the pharmacy, I decided to accept a job offer in the field I preferred. She was surprised and said she was disappointed. She thought I'd fit in and would love the job. I thanked her and told her I had to make the decision based on what was best for me and my future employer. So I started at the preschool on Friday August 27th. I love it! The other teachers are nice and helpful. The babies are getting used to me. We have infants to about 12 months. They start transitioning into the one year room as soon as they outgrow the infant room. Our youngest is 3 months old and is so precious. I'm having a blast, even despite the fact that we have to clean and sanitize everything in the room. We're all on a staggered schedule and I'm the last to go, so I'm alone with 2 babies at 5:30 pm. Most of the days though, I've had someone come in and help me. We both finish the cleaning and then I sit there with the one baby I have left until his mom shows up between 6:00 - 6:15 pm. When he leaves, I have a couple of things to do and then I can leave. It's going quite well and I'm extremely happy I took the chance of leaving the thrift store and finding a different job.
    50 points
  10. A couple that needs such high levels of self-care should really not have two kids in two years.
    49 points
  11. He matched all of the tupperware with lids and THREW AWAY the ones that did not have mates!
    47 points
  12. I have been active on these boards since the beginning of time. Honestly no idea but I remember the boards flipping and people trying to be the first to post. Anyway, I am back to work this week and found I spend way too much time on the forums and social media, etc....so over the next few days I am cleaning up my phone and removing those handy quick links. I will still keep the log ins on my computer so I can check in once in a while. There are no issues here....just that I need to focus some more on stuff other than online.
    47 points
  13. Well, seven pages later, I've worked out what to do. Going to use the term break to go through the homeschool photos, choose my faves, and make and hang a collage of them. The kids may have no memories but damn, I'm gonna display the evidence 🙂 I didn't realise how much the lack of recognition - hey guys, we did this thing, put a lot into it! - was bothering me.
    43 points
  14. I told Terabith this in pm and she suggested I let y'all know. Had to share the fun. Something about the photos just looked like "home" to me. No, I'm not the owner. But I grew up in that area. Everything just looked familiar. I just knew. Last week, while getting to visit my mom, we had to drive one of her vehicles around to keep the battery fresh. I can say that I've seen the monolith in person! As we drove around that thing, my mom said "You mean you drove 600 miles to see me and to find THAT?" I answered "Well, yes. That thing is legendary." Thanks Terabith for giving us something fun to do together with regular chores. Looking forward to more updates so I can tell mom to see it again when the van needs to be driven. Not sure it was a rom-com, but it felt like a Hallmark movie moment.
    43 points
  15. I favor vaccination but not this. This is overreach, and it's by executive order, which is troubling.
    41 points
  16. Here it is, all spread out on my bed (queen sized bed). There are some spots that need repair, but overall in gorgeous shape. The pink squares are just bigger than a quarter (a quarter laid inside the square touches all 4 sides of the square)...the pieces that make the curves are just that much smaller. ETA: geez, pardon the mess! LOL!
    41 points
  17. Background:. I'm not the type of person to call acquaintances friends. I say stuff like "a lady at my church" even if it's someone I see and like a lot. I reserve the term friend for people I know especially well. I reference the Hive frequently as "an online message board that I participate in" or similar. It gets awkward. I feel like we all know a lot about each other. Do you mind if I say "my online friends"? Such as "I have some online friends who've had experience with overcrowded ERs" etc. I've lately been especially referencing the Hive as backup in covid conversations. So, are we friends? 😁
    40 points
  18. I have heard from him now. He is away at a festival and did not know about it.
    40 points
  19. No sleep yet. We are now at S hospital, I just couldn’t face the other one again. Update: Doc has ordered a CT of the pelvis. And he just about made me cry when he said, “if she can’t walk, I won’t send her home, even if I don’t figure out why.” They will get her a caseworker and rehab if needed. Thank goodness. I had a real panic attack when she couldn’t walk at all, in our driveway. So hopefully we will get answers, and it will be fixable, and she will recover quickly. At least it feels like she’s in good hands.
    40 points
  20. In this market, that doesn't mean much, and we know it may be outbid. But the house would be perfect for us (someday would upgrade counter tops and faucets, and replace the carpet - but it is new carpet, a type that doesn't show dirt, and only upstairs), so we are offering almost 10K over asking, etc etc. It went on the market last night. As of tonight they have multiple offers. So..yeah. Fingers crossed. Trying not to get too high of hopes...DH is ready to vomit from the anxiety, poor man.
    39 points
  21. Isn’ta baby... Homeschooled K-12 and then to college, sworn in this morning. Graduates Dec 2022 and then an eight year commitment: The days are long but the years are short - incredibly true. I didn’t cry until later. I was here since he started kindergarten so it seemed a good thing to share. 😉 Four graduated now, two more dual enrolled in college classes... Only the youngest half are truly being home taught now - crazy.
    39 points
  22. What's next? Mandatory seat belts??? Bill
    39 points
  23. I think I've passed a point of no return in my relationship with my parents. I had let the kids go to my parents' house August 29 - Sept 1 on the condition that she and my dad did not go anywhere (except for Covid-protocol church) and the kids did not go anywhere. I was very clear about this being past my comfort level already, and that I was Really Serious about these restrictions if the kids went over. I said that if this didn't work the kids wouldn't go over again before either my parents or the kids were vaccinated. I said that I knew she did not agree with me and has disregarded my conditions in the past but I was Really Serious about this. (Please note, my parents go to multiple multiple stores/restaurants on a daily basis with no mask and are unvaccinated in a High Transmission area, which is why I asked for these conditions. I'm not trying to control their lives on a daily basis, let's not delve into how unreasonable I may be as I have heard it all already, multiple times, in two languages). Well, surprise surprise...they did not keep their end of the bargain. So last week I had to tell them the kids would not be visiting Sept 18-22 as previously planned. I had 9 blissful days of silence after my mom hung up on me. She asked to speak with me last night to "clear the air." [I wrote out the whole conversation, but on re-read realize it doesn't really matter.] I didn't actually feel anything when she was crying or saying her piece. I was patient and kind and did the right noises, but I didn't feel anything about it. I didn't even feel guilty. I am tired of it. I rolled my eyes at the idea that I'm blackmailing them, instead of them having to deal with the consequences of their choices. I rolled my eyes when she said my kids would be infertile because their DNA was changed if I got them vaccinated. I rolled my eyes at the idea that God is "pruning her", instead of her taking responsibility for her decisions. I'm okay with being a disappointment and a bad daughter, because I realize that being their version of good is a) not that great and b) unachievable anyway. So I'll just be me instead, which I think has been working out mostly ok. Not perfect, lol, but mostly ok. Anyway. Thanks for listening.
    38 points
  24. If DIL needs "me time" to get her nails done or whatever, she can do it when her husband is home or she can hire a babysitter like everyone else does. The idea that they would not only ask but actually INSIST that you need to sacrifice your own health so they can have free babysitting is pretty stunning. I would just tell them that what they want from you is simply not possible for health reasons, and although you love your grandchildren, they will need to hire someone who has the strength and energy to provide childcare for two very young children.
    38 points
  25. We finally made a solid decision to bring my Dd home. Curriculum is ordered, cover school set up and tomorrow we will with draw her from school. I like the high school my 3boys graduated from there. My sweet girls anxiety is high. The school has 1500+ students add contact trace letters and Corona. My girl is doing okay but is overwhelmed. We did include her in the final decision making sure she new in high school you don't go from school to home to school easily. Shed have to test back in for credits. I feel relieved that this is good for her but at the same time trying not to doubt our decision.
    37 points
  26. Unvaccinated people ARE keeping us from being able to tamp covid down. I mean that is not even debatable — 85% of cases, 95% of hospitalizations, and 96% of deaths are unvaccinated. If everyone was vaccinated, then the case rate would be vastly lower and there would be very few covid patients clogging up hospitals and monopolizing resources. If everyone was vaccinated, then HCWs wouldn't be exhausted, angry, demoralized and quitting in droves, which is going to have severe consequences for the future of healthcare in this country. If everyone was vaccinated, then people who need those beds for other reasons wouldn't be dying in the ER or postponing critical surgery. If everyone was vaccinated, tens of thousands of children that have already lost, or will lose, one or both parents would not have their lives irreparably damaged. If everyone was vaccinated, schools wouldn't be shutting down for weeks at a time, with children sent home to quarantine and teachers dying. There was an AMA on reddit today with many HCWs who deal directly with covid patients. They talked about not being able to sleep at night because they hear the alarms in their dreams and it constantly wakes them up. They talked about being harassed and yelled at by patients who don't want to believe what's happening and by family members demanding that patients be given treatments they saw on Facebook. One nurse said they have lost a huge percentage of their staff because they are so traumatized they just can't take it anymore — she said they have ICU rooms being used for storage because they can't staff them. One nurse said she throws up every morning before she goes to work because it's like walking into a war zone. Another said they had 13 deaths last week, of which 12 were covid patients and 11 were unvaccinated. They talked about how it feels to look into the terrified eyes of a patient who's about to be intubated knowing the odds of coming off the vent alive are in the single digits, and the emotional toll it takes to hold cell phones and iPads while sobbing families say goodbye. The idea that refusing to vaccinate is a "personal choice" that doesn't affect anyone else is a bald-faced lie. It's a "choice" that is causing PTSD in thousands of HCWs and exacerbating shortages that will have repercussions for decades to come. It's traumatizing children whose lives are forever changed because their parent(s) decided that giving the government a you're-not-the-boss-of-me middle finger was more important than being there to see them grow up. It's costing billions of dollars to treat people whose hospitalizations and deaths were almost entirely preventable, and it's going to result in long-term health problems for a significant percentage of those who survive it. It's selfish, it's based on lies and misinformation, and it's causing irreparable damage that this country may never recover from. Damn right people are mad about it.
    36 points
  27. 😂🤣🤪🤩😅 You just said mature and middle school boys in the same sentence.......sorry, I can't stop laughing. I work with middle school kids all.day.long. They all develop differently in the middle school years and you can be assured, they all end up maturing by around age 35. Ok, I exaggerate......kind of......🤣
    35 points
  28. Thank you. All stable. I’m with her now. She won’t need surgery, which is a huge plus. They will assess her, and the plan right now is for her to go to rehab some time next week. I’m so deeply grateful that she’s in the particular hospital we finally ended up in, not the first, and that she’s safe and in good hands. Her nurses and techs have been wonderful. You all here have been a huge support. Again. Thank you!
    35 points
  29. Tiny update: we are in a curtained area! My mom is already in a CT scan. And they have ordered some pain meds for her, thank goodness.
    35 points
  30. This is the first I've heard of it (busy day). Just went and looked it up. So it looks like there is a choice between vaccine and weekly testing. Setting aside the argument of "Is this overreach?", just looking at the policy itself it seems quite a reasonable way to go about this. If you have a large number of people potentially working together, they should be either vaccinated or testing regularly to make sure that any outbreak is caught and dampened before it spreads in this large number of people. So even if you aren't willing to be vaccinated, you can still be part of the solution while not violating your principles (if you're against vaccination for an actual principle, which is another argument I'm just going to set aside). The way people are decrying being forced to be vaccinated I didn't realize there was the second option. No, it's not pleasant to get a weekly test, but it isn't in the realm of inhumane treatment and unless you have left jobs on principle to stand against random drug testing, I would say that any objection to this is more pomp than principle. It isn't an unreasonable request to show that, if you aren't taking the necessary precautions, that you are not a danger to the group. These are two reasonable options being given to employees and focusing only as if there is a vaccinate-or-leave dichotomy is really misleading and I'm surprised this isn't being pointed out more.
    34 points
  31. "The head of the [Arizona] state's premier anti-abortion organization said Thursday she is looking to use the newly enacted Texas ban on the terminating a pregnancy after fetal heartbeat has been detected as a template for legislation here." Article on AZ Capitol Times this morning https://azcapitoltimes.com/news/2021/09/02/texas-abortion-law-template-for-arizona/ Everyone in the US should be concerned about this. For the record, I am completely pro-life, and I would not "aid or abet" someone in getting an abortion. So my objection to this bill isn't because I'm concerned about getting sued. My concern about this law is how it infringing and curtails the rights of Americans and is hijacking our courts to work as bully threat tactics. This law is flawed, it is un-American, it's the proverbial landslide of a slippery slope. This is not the way to dissuade abortions or save lives. This is just totalitarianism and insanity on a signed piece of paper, using our justice system to bully others. This isn't pro-life, this will do nothing to save lives, this is posturing and bad law.
    33 points
  32. Of course this is a good way to achieve equity: if nobody can do division, then no child is left behind.
    32 points
  33. I'm not in favor of government mandates, so I am very against this announcement. I wonder if the next step will be requiring proof of vaccination for Welfare? Social Security benefits? Wic? Unemployment? Private employers, fine. Government telling private employers what they have to make their employees do? Nope. (And yes, I believe this about a LOT of existing government departments like OSHA & the FDA. I'm consistently anti-government overreach.
    32 points
  34. I just got a text from ds. Emma Novalie 7lbs. Sadly hospital only allows 1 visitor so we won't get to meet her until this weekend.
    32 points
  35. I don’t mind as long as you are all picturing me as drop dead gorgeous, instead of the grey headed middle age woman I am
    32 points
  36. You can call everybody else your friend, but please refer to me as Her Imperial Majesty, the Wondrous Tanaqui 😄 Or call me your friend, I don't mind. If you hadn't posted this, I would not have even known to care!
    31 points
  37. My dd had a very young milk snake that somehow escaped from his cage. He has been missing for about two weeks and we have all been on the lookout for him. So earlier today we see our kitten chasing a snake. One of my dds grabs the cat and I pick up the snake. Of course he bites me. But I forgive him. He was obviously scared by the cat, he is a little cold and probably hasn't ate in two weeks. So I put him in his cage, turn on the heat lights and get him some water. Then I called my dd at work and told her we found the snake and put him in his cage. She thanks us so much and says she will see us when she gets home from work. So later she shows up in my room and says, "Mom, that's not my snake!" Pretty sure it is a practically newborn milk snake so now she has a new snake and we are still on the lookout for another snake. This is the dd that works at the pet store. We have a room that she has basically turned into a terrarium. She has two bearded dragons, some other type of lizard, three snakes now, two tarantulas, a scorpion, three frogs, a bird and a fish tank, plus a cat and dog. I didn't ok any of these animals and now here I am getting bit by strange snakes.
    31 points
  38. My late sister called her car the Grannymobile! 😜 As happi duck I felt required to share this:
    31 points
  39. I fully believe that a small life, fully invested in the people given to me by God, has a bigger cumulative impact than a larger life whose investment in people is more "spread out" if you will. Don't doubt your impact.
    29 points
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  41. Are you serious?!?! Legal precedent matters in the US, and establishing precedent where any rando can bring a civil suit against anyone they claim they think might have been involved in having or aiding someone in having an abortion is a radical departure from the due process and standards of proof we have in criminal courts. I'm deeply concerned about women in TX having miscarriages and needing medical intervention (BTDT) since there have been cases in the past when abortion was illegal and medical staff was hesitant and/or unwilling to intervene to avoid liability. You can't prove miscarriage (known medically as a spontaneous abortion) vs. induced abortion during or after the fact in most cases. When hemorrhaging is involved, immediate intervention is required-not time to dither and wonder what initiated it.
    29 points
  42. I have nothing nice to say. Your ds saw that you needed to use a motorized wheelchair at Disney and has the nerve to say you must babysit? Shopping without kids *is* a break from shopping with kids! Etc etc. She needs to massively rethink what "me time" looks like. My mom died when my oldest was ten weeks old. It makes me so angry when people lucky enough to still have parents act like entitled jerks. Do they actually not realize that many of us raise our kids without "help"? If I were you I'd be sure to be absolutely clear going forward. About times, about pain etc. I hate that you need to fear not seeing them if you don't comply. Can you brainstorm a doable, scheduled thing at their place? (Like you'll bring takeout twice a month and spend two hours visiting.)
    29 points
  43. I just got an email that the church I found is doing Sunday School outside - calling it "Camp Sunday School" to make it fun, giving each kid their own camp chair and supplies, etc. I won't lie, I literally cried when I read the email. This is the first activity my kids will have done since Covid started. The ONLY one I've found that was actually being proactive about safety - outdoors, distanced in their own chairs, with their own supplies. so yeah, I cried.
    29 points
  44. Her name is Anne Bonny, after the famous pirate. Two young ladies found her with an injured eye and brought her to the vet clinic my son works at. They had only $27 dollars, and the cat needs her eye surgical removed....so the vet took pity and said the cat could stay at the clinic and they'd find it a home. Well, no one wants a cat with a gross bulging eye, it turns out. And as the eye is better than it was they put off surgery a bit. I felt bad knowing it was sitting in a cage all weekend, so told DS he could bring it home over the weekend. And, predictably, we all love her. ESPECIALLY my dd4 and dd11. I can't remember when my DD11 last smiled this much. But we were not sure if our existing cats would be okay with the new one. "Tiny Cat", who is now a big fat cat, in particular was bent out of shape. He is DS22's cat, and refused to go in his bedroom, was acting all grumpy...but within 24 hours of the pheremone stuff he chilled out. Now he and the kitten are even playing together. So.....she's staying! The clinic will cover the cost of her eye surgery and spay, which was DH's stipulation. But she's ours! DD4 is SO excited - she kept checking with DH all day asking if the kitty was REALLY staying? Really?!? It was adorable. So, meet Anne Bonny, a kitten every bit as fierce and sassy as her namesake.
    28 points
  45. He was on my bedroom wall. This is my 10 year old setting him free. Isn't he fabulous!?
    28 points
  46. Years ago I used to be a lot more pro-life. However, as I’ve read stories, done research and experienced pregnancy and motherhood myself my views have changed. This law from Texas makes me sad for the women living in Texas and anxious about my own daughter if other states, including my own, adopt this law. This law degrades social trust between friends, neighbors, and acquaintances. In some cases it will alienate women, pregnant or not, when they need help the most. It provides a substantial financial award for those who have no standing or even a relationship to the accused. And makes those closest to women hesitant to help. Miscarriage and botched abortions can be hard to tell apart. I had to go to the hospital after my miscarriage when I was concerned about bleeding. I was already emotionally traumatized. Thank goodness the doctors at the hospital were very caring and didn’t blame me for anything. Now, I’m not sure women in Texas would even seek medical help if they had a miscarriage and I’m not sure how willing providers will be to help. I’ve also read stories of women going to jail for abortions in other countries, even if it was a miscarriage. If we can’t tell natural miscarriage apart from abortions, then we’re penalizing women for something that just happens naturally. Anti abortion laws seem to penalize the poor. I believe we should protect the most vulnerable. So if abortions are illegal you will see more low-income women go to jail or be sued, but not high-income women. This is a huge disparity. If I felt like the lawmakers truly wanted to reduce abortions, they would do things like expand access to contraceptives and maternal care, provide more of a safety net, etc. They didn’t, which makes me question what their true motives are. I am concerned at some point that lawmakers, judges, etc., religious views enter into the conversation. I use birth control and have for years. It has helped me control my family size, allowed me a career, and give me peace of mind. If some lawmakers decided that birth control was abortion because life begins at conception, it would affect many, many women and children who do not share that belief. It’s been interesting to read views that flip the narrative. So many people say women should just “keep their legs closed” but what about the thought experiment of men having forced vasectomies or pulling out every time or else they hold total culpability for pregnancies and potentially abortions. While I don’t think that men should be forced to do anything, it makes you wonder why so much of this is on women. At the end of the day, I value the sanctity of life and want to reduce abortions by having them be a last resort by encouraging the use of sex education, contraceptions, and better social nets. How would I not get sued in Texas? By not helping women in my life with babysitting, rides, money, etc. But how would that make me feel as a friend, sister, mother, etc? And is that what America is about?
    28 points
  47. I am concerned about the decision to do boosters in the rich countries while most of the world has no access to the vaccination, yes. However, if it is offered here, I will get my booster. Because me refusing my dose does nothing to make vaccine available elsewhere. Just admonishing a child to clean her plate because children are starving in Africa doesn't solve hunger. Eta: we will donate to an organization that works to provide vaccine in developing countries.
    28 points
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