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  Here are two important updates.   

 This morning I received my second anti-corona virus, Moderna vaccination shot, at the local Stop & Shop Supermarket's Pharmacy Department.  Right now I'm beginning to feel a little fatigued.  That is one of the side effects.  It also happened to me after the first shot.  After a day or two I should be all right.

     Today I also finished posting the final chapter.  That's all 26 chapters of my novel "A Gatored Community", here on christianwriters.com.

     

      

       

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The second one makes a lot of people tired; did for me. Still, it's still probably at least a thousand times better than that person most of us know who's had a nasty reaction to COVID. The whole purpose of a vaccination is to trick our bodies into thinking it's just received a major infection, so it thinks it's fighting for its life. Hang in there; it's all worth it...

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32 minutes ago, Wes B said:

 Hang in there; it's all worth it...

      It isn't really all that bad.  So far, I don't feel fatigued yet.  I had a feeling of dizziness, while I was inside my room.  I then went outside for about 15 minutes.  Being out in the fresh air I felt really good.  Now I'm back inside, and still feeling good.  It may take a few hours before I get fatigued.  That's if I do.  Then in the morning, I'll see how things are.  

     Tomorrow is Sunday morning, when I definitely don't want to be fatigued.  Getting a nap while I'm at Church, when the pastor's giving a sermon, is something I hope to avoid.  On the other hand, a good, refreshing sleep would be a true blessing from the Lord.

     I thank the Lord, in Jesus Name.  Amen.   

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1 hour ago, William D'Andrea said:

      It isn't really all that bad.  So far, I don't feel fatigued yet.  I had a feeling of dizziness, while I was inside my room.  I then went outside for about 15 minutes.  Being out in the fresh air I felt really good.  Now I'm back inside, and still feeling good.  It may take a few hours before I get fatigued.  That's if I do.  Then in the morning, I'll see how things are.  

     Tomorrow is Sunday morning, when I definitely don't want to be fatigued.  Getting a nap while I'm at Church, when the pastor's giving a sermon, is something I hope to avoid.  On the other hand, a good, refreshing sleep would be a true blessing from the Lord.

     I thank the Lord, in Jesus Name.  Amen.   

Take care of yourself. I was fine the day I got the shot. I'm not saying anything will happen to you, but make the next few days flexible, no matter how much you want to go to church.

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22 minutes ago, Spaulding said:

 make the next few days flexible, no matter how much you want to go to church.

     On Sunday mornings, another member of the Church usually  picks me up, around 9 AM.  Then he drives me to the Church and back.  I'll see how I feel tomorrow morning.  If I'm not feeling right, I can always give him a call on my cell phone, and cancel the ride.               Then I can watch the worship service over the internet.   

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    This morning I was feeling okay, until after I got to Church.  That's when the fatigue came on.  I was feeling really worn down.  I couldn't help sleeping for a few moments.  I don't know if anybody noticed.  As long as I wasn't snoring that shouldn't be a problem.

     After I got home I continued feeling worn down.  Then I remembered yesterday, when I went outside.  As soon as I got into the fresh air I felt much better.  So that's what I did again.  About an hour after lunch, I went outside into the fresh air and sunlight, taking a vigorous walk to the local Stop & Shop Supermarket and back.  I felt really good.  I figure that is what I should continue doing; which is what I already do every morning.  Then things should go well with me.

    I thank all of you for your prayers.

    In Jesus Name.  Amen. 

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Still doing okay? If you're okay now, you're in the no-serious-reaction group.

 

Ha! We posted about the same time, so I'm leaving what I said, but, praise God you're doing well.

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17 hours ago, William D'Andrea said:

As soon as I got into the fresh air I felt much better.  So that's what I did again.

Good thinking. Fresh air being outside often makes a difference. If you usually take a walk and didn't that morning, that could make you drowsy.

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