“They” say it’s just a matter of time and now I am seriously bloody annoyed with “they”.
I had things to do, places to go, people to see. But that all came crashing to a halt. 20 bucks says you can guess why.
Labos said the best thing people can do to protect themselves is get a COVID-19 booster shot this fall.CBC CANADA
“While the vaccines may not be 100 per cent effective, they are very, very effective.”
You know why I’m so annoyed is because I did that very thing above. I got the new vaccine in late September. And now here I sit at home with Covid.
Facing a fall COVID surge, Tam calls on Canadians to get their bivalent booster shots
I felt like I had done so many things right. Still masking at the grocery store and in crowded settings. Constant masks at work. Limited restaurant and indoor settings. But I let my guard down for a few “minutes” ( In the big picture of covid time) and it resulted in my sleeping in the spare bedroom watching the northern lights as I tried to convince my brain to settle into sleep.
I mean obviously I’m not very sick or I wouldn’t be sitting here writing a blog post. I can truthfully say though that I spent a good portion of the day being in a very cranky mood. So I’ve decided, after a walk on the prairie and thru the trees, that I should turn that around and find 5 gratitudes about having Covid.
- Scientists created vaccines and I am fully immunized which means I am not very sick.
- I spent day zero and the next 2 days being with very close friends. We weren’t a high energy group for obvious reasons but we were together.
- I found out when we were already contained at the cabin and wasn’t out and about spreading germs.
- I have a big house, a supply of masks and we can socially distance +++ easily enough here at home.
- Did I say 5 🤔? Ok ok. I have lots to do here at home and won’t even get through the list before I am good to go.
Got any Covid stories to share?
- 6 – dang this guest bed is comfy!