My mom's current obsessison is the Covid vaccine. She is extremely upset that she had not yet been able to get one in her small town. The demand is high and the supply is low. I cannot get her to understand the logistics of production, transportation, and storage. She calls me every day with something she saw in the paper or on the news about available appointments. It was easier to get Beatles tickets in 1965! I DO have an appointment for her on March 1, but we have to travel 90 miles to get it. She does NOT want to do that. She is afraid of the weather (if the weather is bad, which is certainly possible) we won't go. She's convinced that we will go all the way there and "somebody will screw up" and there won't be any vaccines. I can't convince her that with an appointment that means a vaccine is put aside for you. I've made many calls, spent hours online, and jumped through all kinds of hoops to get her this appointment. I am on a notification list in case more doses become available locally. I'm literally doing everything I possibly can, but it's not good enough. I swear if Dr. Fauci showed up at her house with the vaccine in a solid gold syringe she'd find fault with that too. I feel like telling her that if she feels she can navigate this better than I can to HAVE AT IT!!