Monday, March 29, 2021
Monday, March 22, 2021
I know it is morning because the sun is shining today.
Blogger is messing with my paragraph spacing today so I would imagine it will also randomly change my font size like it has been, too. I am too tired and sore to care, to be honest.
Monday we had sleet and little snow.
Tuesday my brother, Blaine, his younger son (Ryan), and Ryan's older son (Asher) dropped off Grandpa's desk, my mom's framed tatting (?), and a box with Mom's jewelery for me to go through to see if there's anything I want. When I've gone through it then it will turn into a fun thing for the great-granddaughters to play with. Most of it is costume jewelery. We spent about an hour and a half in my garage with masks. I wasn't feeling that great and didn't spend enough time talking with Ryan and Asher. I'd never met Asher (11) and hadn't seen Ryan since he helped me move up here with his dad in 1999 when he was still in high school. But it was so nice to see them.
Thursday night Leah came and we worked on Elliot's form till late again and she cut my hair for me. Leah is getting her first shot on Tuesday--tomorrow! And Dagan didn't have any problems at all with his first shot.
...second shot for me.
I should be feeling lots better by next Monday. I hope Leah has an easy time with her vaccine like Dagan did. Hope you all do, for that matter--lol! Myself...I think I need another nap.
Monday, March 15, 2021
Monday, March 08, 2021
"With gratitude, optimism becomes sustainable."
Michael J. Fox
Monday, March 01, 2021
This past week slipped by rather quickly. I didn't feel mostly back to normal till Thursday...and then was exhausted from feeling "sick" for six days so rested up for a couple more days--LOL! That's normal for me, though.
Did find out online that having a strong reaction to the vaccine is a really positive thing. That means my immune system is better than I thought it was! Hurray! It said that younger people usually had more reaction due to the fact they had healthier immune systems and seniors tended to have less reaction to the shots. So for the first time I was really glad I felt like crap--ROFL!
It wasn't that bad--but definitely knocked me back, shall we say. Was in my pajamas for days and even just threw clean ones on after I showered--LOL! Of course my having no spoons doesn't take much, as you know. I was pleasantly surprised my immune system was in overdrive and working hard for six days. Who knew? So if you have a flu-like reaction and a sore arm that feels like there's a softball under your skin--well, congrats!
I will just figure after I get the second one that I will be in my pajamas again for a week--LOL! I have my appointment with Dr. Kessler exactly a week after my second shot is scheduled so I hope I will be okay to make it there. They say you can have a stronger reaction the second time, so we'll see. All worth every minute of crummy time in my book. This nearly 70 year old is very happy to be getting the vaccine.
When I was laid up for days Annie was enthralled with Bridgerton...