Today I completed my second dose of vaccine. Yay! I arrived at the vaccination center 40 minutes before time and everything went smoothly.
This time there were a few big signs that said NO VIDEO/NO PHOTO. Well, I already took photos during the first appointment.
There has been many videos circulating showing people allegedly not being given their shots. I watched a video that showed the person being injected but the plunger of the syringe was not pressed. This is something very serious.
So today, I braved myself to look at the needle. The nurse who attended to me was very warm and friendly. She showed me the syringe which was filled with vaccine and as she injected me (I felt slight pain), she narrated what she was doing. The whole time I watched and I am assured that I received the vaccine.
There was a photo booth outside and I lined up to take a picture. Some people ahead of me just took a selfie while others engaged the assistance of fellow vaccinees to take a photo for them. Since I did not want anybody touching my phone, I took a selfie. I suck at selfies because that's something I hardly do.
When I came home, I was ravenous. So I ate yesterday's leftovers with gusto. I have also seen videos of people claiming that they developed magnetic properties and spoons can stick to their arm.
When my partner showed me those videos, I told him that is nonsense and bullshit. Then I read that Rose experienced it and has a photo to prove. I mean, Rose is not the nonsensical type and I believe her. So in spite of myself (hah..hah..) I tried sticking a spoon to my arm and nope, no magnet wahahahaha!!!
Right now I am feeling very tired like I am going to get sick. I also feel cold (which is unusual because I always complain it is hot) and my head is slightly heavy. Maybe a fever is looming. But never mind. I will take it in my stride. I'll just sleep earlier tonight.
Yesterday, after taking photos of flowers, I decided to snap some pics of Belle Belle since I have never captured her on my DSLR.
It is not easy to take pictures of cats (or any animal) since you can't direct them. You could distract them if you have an assistant but since I was alone, I could not do that.