and received our second Coronavirus vaccination. We went to the same place as the first. A lady coming out of the building asked us if we were going to get our 2nd vaccination and when we replied yes, she rather excitedly told us that we should not worry about any long delays, she said there are a thousand people in there and I was seen very quickly she said. We thanked her for her kindness in letting us know, and we could also tell she was very happy and relieved to be going home. We were happy for her.
Just like last time we were in and out of the building within a short space of time. This was the fastest, from the time we showed our ID, including the ten minutes we had to wait to make sure we had no adverse reaction. We were in and out in 20 minutes.
It has been two days now and neither of us have had any ill effects. I am aware of my arm near the injection site, but there is no pain. I slept all day yesterday and remember having very long naps with the first dose. "Good grief, this has been a very short day" I said to hubs, and we both laughed. I had heard that being tired was one of those side effects, but no headaches or chills or fever. Maybe I should touch wood. Also a very dear friend gave us some good advice, from her own experience. Stay hydrated and keep the Tylenol handy. Thank you dear friend! I think you know who you are. We are both smiling in your direction.
We had Pfizer. If you have had any experience with your vaccinations, maybe you can let us know in the comment section? Just like each one of us is different, our experiences may be too.
A lot going on in our world. I am watching the news now. I am greatly saddened by such loss. My heart is full for those who are left behind.
Thanks for stopping by and please take good care of yourselves out there, be safe, be happy and be healthy.