I have already got the third dose of the vaccine against covid19. I am glad that I live in a country where the vaccine is available.
I was upset that my granny (she is almost 90) was already 8 months after the second dose of the vaccine and nobody really bothered whether she gets the third vaccine or not. For me it was really important that she gets the vaccine (the hospitals are full so I strongly believe that each of us has to do everything to prevent putting an extra burden to the hospitals).
Long story short: I persuaded granny that she takes the vaccine and I am glad she got the vaccine yesterday.
But what bugs me is what my uncle told my mom. He commented that I am sticking my nose into the things that are not my business just because I don't have life of my own.
Come on? Really? I don't have a life of my own? Just because I am childless, I don't have life of my own?
The other thing that bugs me is why mom had to tell me his comment?
It is not only what my uncle said. It is actually what many people think (just don't say it loudly and directly).
His comment hurts.
But I refuse to believe his comment.
I do have a life.
It is not a typical life.
But it is mine.
It is the only life I will ever have.
I love it.
It is mine.
It is quiet, peaceful and at the same time full of life.
It is mine.
And I don't allow anybody to judge it.