This came out on Wednesday
On the same topic, newly released information supports that the research doc leading the vaccinations/autism studies falsified data. There is much less (none?) correlation between vaccines and autism than these studies once suggested.
She is fine, Johnie. As a dear friend of mine used to day, "Fret not."
Hey, you are talking to me. I can find a way to worry about anything. No explanation necessary.
We, ok well just me apparently, had a military scare this past week. She took the military test and scored extremely well. All branches of the military are beating down our door. This mommy was not happy. I think we are past the allure again (this was a huge issue when she was in the 9th grade too).
She wants to serve her country in some way. I am very proud of that but I feel there are many ways to do that without the military. So we are looking at options.....
The military (some branches anyway) can be a really viable option for someone to gain some excellent experience and earn credits toward a college education (if not have it paid for outright). It can also lead to having the edge for employment in the civilian world. There are short tours allowed now too, so enlisting people don't have to sign up for years like they once had to.
I only say this because I've seen the results (in our own family, I mean) of what can happen when a parent completely opposes a child's choice of direction. Be very careful that it doesn't backfire on you in unexpected ways. :(
Shellyamc, I'm right there with you.