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January Monthly News

Welcome to the January edition of monthly news!

Happy New Year!! πŸŽ‰
Wishing you all the best for 2022! 

I have had 2 doses and now the booster shot.
It wasn't my favorite thing to do, but the benefits outweigh the risk. Plus being a Diabetic, I am not willing to take any chances.
I was out of commission for a full day with this booster, but am all good now. Till the next shot...

Otherwise, a totally uneventful month.


  1.  Tom And Jerry Cowboy Up

YEARLY TOTAL: πŸŽ‰ 3 Books πŸŽ‰ 1 Movies πŸŽ‰ 




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  1. I'm also pro vaccine. Unfortunately, the booster took me out of commission for about a week. But, like you said, it's worth it. I'm overweight and have high blood pressure so I'm high risk if I get COVID, so I want all the protection I can get. I'm glad you experience with the booster wasn't so bad!

  2. I'm glad the booster wasn't too bad for you. I was very fortunate and only felt tired for a few days after mine.

    1. In return, I am glad it wasn't too bad for you either! :-)

  3. I have heard many people say they reacted to the booster. I had Covid last May after the two vaccines. My doctor (NP) has not pushed the booster for either hubby (who just had Covid last month) or me. If the natural antibodies last two years as tests are showing, we may both be good for a while.
    Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up sure brings out old Saturday morning memories for me!
    Hope you have a good February with Happy Reading!

    1. Sorry that you had COVID, but happy to hear you have antibodies that will help for a while and you won't need the booster. I hope it didn't make you too sick. Hope the hubby fared well also!!

  4. Pretty Little Wife looks it was a good read. Glad to know the booster was ok for you.


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