As a military family, we’ve been inoculated against all sorts of dread diseases. We remember experiencing fevers, chills, and aches after some of those vaccinations. The COVID shots are a walk in the park by comparison, and I hope people aren’t avoiding getting the vaccine over concerns about side effects.
Donna and I got our first COVID-19 shots yesterday. With vaccinations being administered by states and counties, everyone’s experience will be different; FWIW, here’s how it went for us:
We’re watching the virus run rampant in real time among the most closely-watched group of people in the world. If this doesn’t bring the threat home, what will?
Been wondering when I’ll put on a pair again. Trousers, I mean.
You have to get up early to beat the heat in southern Arizona, so when the dogs started stirring at 5:30 I said what the hell and got up with them.
Pandemic? What pandemic?
And people ask me why I don’t believe there’s a god.
The real sheep are those who let the stupids get to them and quit wearing masks because they want to look tough.