One Down, One to Go

13 Mar

My BFF called the house Thursday morning to say she’d heard Harford County had some extra vaccine, and gave us the phone number to inquire. We managed to get an appointment, changed out of our Schlepping Rags and into something that didn’t look so awful folks would want to take up a collection for us, and sallied forth.

We were given a health questionnaire to complete, had it checked by an “intake” person, and sent off toward the gymnasium. The halls are so long that they had a lady with an orange flag, which looked as if it had been borrowed from a road crew, to point us in the right direction. The clerk at the door sent us to tables, where we got “shot”. My doctor introduced herself, rolled up my sleeve, poked me, applied a Band-Aid and had me off toward another table in probably no more time than it took me to type that sentence. By the time we had registered for our second shot, we were nearing the end of the 15 minute waiting period, so we were out the door. The entire business took less than half an hour.

Quick and painless.

3 Responses to “One Down, One to Go”

  1. Garfield Hug March 13, 2021 at 5:38 pm #

    Great! You got vaccinated without any side effects!!🤗

  2. tiggerlyss March 13, 2021 at 5:47 pm #

    I am glad that you were able to get your vaccines. Alyssa, who had to get the vaccine because she works in a facility that requires it, did not fare so well with hers. Nothing major just sick for a day and then weird rashes a week after each shot.

  3. Luanne March 14, 2021 at 2:23 am #

    I’m glad you got your shots! We got ours, as well, and the gardener just got his 2nd dose today. Mine will be next week. Woot!

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