Let’s all get those shots! I had my second Pfizer over a month ago. I had no side effects from the first, but a little swelling in a lymph node under my arm from the second (a known side effect, but not super common). I just took some Tylenol and the discomfort from the swelling went away.
I still wear a face mask and stay six feet (at least) away from others.
Such sad news. I am so sorry.
Hmm. I thought chocolate was for lunch. Dinner, properly, is ice cream.
I get the newspaper delivered. I find it relaxing to read in the evening and much more informative than TV or the Internet. The reporters go much more into detail. I suppose most people now don’t want to be informed and just want to be entertained.
I got both shots, the second one was a week ago. The vaccination site was the happiest place I’ve been to in a year. Everyone is so excited.
My regular doctor is at a large hospital, and they simply classified all their patients from the last year and offered them the vaccine in order of descending risk categories. So that is how I got my shots.
Wow, I’m shocked. I was just joking as virtually all parents do that. So you are blaming me for something I didn’t mean, and you spent an awful lot of time doing it. And “patronizing”? Really? Uncalled for.
Let me guess: And then you do it for him?
Sounds a lot like me, except I did bake bread before the pandemic and still do. Reading, yes, mostly history with an occasional novel thrown in for what I call “recess.” I am going back and watching all the Murdoch Mysteries from the beginning, but that’s it.
And the house cleaning. Why is this place such a mess? I had such good intentions, purchasing a lot of cleaning tools and things like shelf paper and refrigerator liners and a pack of garbage bags to de-clutter. That’s as far as it went. Now I feel like I may eventually need to buy a shovel to clean it up. I think it is because we don’t have to be embarrassed by friends dropping in.
I had my first Pfizer a week ago. No side effects whatsoever. Not even a sore arm. My first Shingrix, late last year, my arm got red but no big deal. My second Shingrix, about two months ago, I had no reaction at all. My second Pfizer is in eight days; I can’t wait.
Domestic violence numbers, always high, have skyrocketed.