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DH fixed chicken soup... it was wonderful!



With matzo balls I hope! There's a nearby deli that makes a chicken matzo ball soup so good I believe it could cure anything. [emoticon]

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Chicken soup is on the stove right now.
And sour dough bread just came out of the oven.
Yum

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Hubby had Pfizer yesterday. Sore arm already going away, slight fatigue and that's it.


I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be Douglas Adams

RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road.

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I hope those of you who just got the second dose are feeling better today. As I previously stated my DW had a rough 12 hours or so but when she started feeling better it was a steady progression.

I am sure I will be off on my percentages some but it seems that around 61% of women are getting the vaccines but 79% of the bad side effects too. The nurse who I talked to while I was in my 15 min observation time told me those facts. The nurse said she had side effects after 36 hours.

But the good thing is after 2 weeks you can feel good that you have done all you can do to ward off serious complications if you do get Covid. We are still mask wearing and until herd immunity is declared will continue to do so.


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Better today, just a bit tired.

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BCSnob wrote:

Better today, just a bit tired.


Same here. Better today. Still very tired and a little weak. A warm, red spot the size of a large egg showed up at the injection site late yesterday and is still there this morning. Thinking of putting Benedryl Gel on it.

Probably will take it easy today.

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Another good news: 75% of those 65 and older have been vaccinated.

If herd immunity is indeed at 72%, you can alteady hold a geezers party.

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Monday morning wife and I received our second shot of Moderna. With the first one, everything went perfectly. With this one both of us felt discomfort when the needle went IN and when it came out. Driving out of the parking lot we both started feeling soreness in the upper arm and shoulder. Then, my wife lost her appetite, but forced down a cup of soup, which she later threw up. I was able to eat anything I wanted, no problem. This Wednesday morning, all is normaL, AND NO SORENESS. We feel kinda liberated, and grateful. But, we will maintain our vigil and only go to stores where everyone has to wear masks and maintain 6 ft separation.


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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

Another good news: 75% of those 65 and older have been vaccinated.

If herd immunity is indeed at 72%, you can alteady hold a geezers party.

You might want to read up on the “vaccine breakthrough” cases in WA before planning any parties, so that you are aware of the risks.

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The funniest part of my 2nd dose of Moderna was the phantom pain on my right shoulder -- as if I had also an injection on my right arm, lol.

The restless sleep with delirium was the worst.

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