Saturday, March 6, 2021

Look What I Got!

First, a surprise prize from everybody's fave commenter, Duchess Deedles!

The rainbow unicorn can koozies say I'm Fucking Magical!

The rainbow unicorn coffee mug says

 Back the fuck up

 sparkle tits

 today is not the day

I will shank you

with my horn 

Sounds like me, amirite?

Second, my first COVID vax!


My county held a vax clinic at the local high school yesterday and I was able to snag an appointment.  VERY WELL ORGANIZED they were; cops at the front door checking IDs and masks, no mask no entry.  30 minutes tops from arrival to departure.  My left arm feels fine, but the vax made me ultra sleepy.  I get the second dose in April.

46 comments:

  1. Deedles nailed it!!!

    Congrats on the vax. We're up this week!

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  2. Oh, Duchess Deedles KNOWS YOU! Those are just great, LOL! And I'm happy you've now received the first vaccine shot!

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  3. Oh my God! I'm so happy you were able to get the vax, and I love the swag you got from Deedles.

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    1. well, I AM over 65 with pre-existing conditions, so...I am in the first group after all the first responders, of course.

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  4. love the swag...very cute.


    great to hear that you got your vax. for me, the 1st was ok. the 2nd one, i had the usual sore similar to getting the flu vax.

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    1. I get #2 in april. the nurse at the event said to drink plenty of liquids the day before the second shot.

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  5. Watched a movie called The Unicorn Store a day ago, actually! These prints are quite cute! 🤍

    Glad to hear you got vaccinated. Hope we can soon get back to (more) normal life. 🙂

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    1. the more people that get the shot, the better off this country will be. if the MAGAts refuse, let them die!

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  6. I love your gifts, but I REALLY love the fact that you got your first shot! Hooray!!

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  7. Great news about the vaccine. So glad. And that Deedles is a sweetheart... if a bit off color!

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  8. Much chortling! Glad about the vax. :-)

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    1. has anyone in your family had the vax yet? lucky the little gnomes don't need it; all they need is beer!

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  9. Sparkle tits? You really should keep your secrets to yourself.

    I had my 2nd today, mostly because you got a mug with 'sparkle tits' on it.

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  10. I got a kick out of those sayings, I really like what was written!

    I'm glad you were able to get your first COVID-19 Vaccine. I've had my first and second one already. My arm was a little sore from the first one, but after my second vaccine, I got quite sick for about a day. Nonetheless, I'm glad I got them!

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    1. the more of us that get the vax, the better off we all will be. screw the idiot MAGAts!

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  11. So happy for you! Yay. Hope you remain feeling good. How many weeks until shot two? Love the mug and cozies. Take good care of yourself, dear. Kizzes.

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    1. first week in april for #2; the county will contact me with an appointment.

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    1. yeah. the nurses and the volunteers were so professional and caring. social distancing was practiced.

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  13. Yay for the vaccine!
    And glad you got a date for the second shot.
    That mug is everything!!!

    XOXO

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    1. yes! I didn't even feel the shot; the nurse was a good one. hope you and the pussies are well. 3 weeks til springtime!

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    2. I too didn't feel the prick enter, W.Q., though felt it a day or two after in the form of a sore arm, which happens to most anyway. However, nausea on the following day was quite unpleasant and I'm not looking forward to it occurring after the second shot which should be in a month or so, especially since quite a lot are saying that the after-effects of #2 were, for them, still worse. But sounds like you got through the first without any deleterious affects at all.
      All well with everyone here, thanks, as I trust you and yours are. Watching with pleasure how the daylight is lengthening day by day.

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    3. we get to move the clocks forward this sunday; lard, how I HATE doing that!

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    4. Ours go f/w on 28th. I likewise am totally weary of it. Every flippin' year, for TWICE a year. we get the same old eternal debate of whether we should just cease doing it - and nothing ever changes. It just carries on as before. I recall way back in the 1960s they were jabbering on about stopping it even then. Strewth!

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    5. I want uncle joe to stop this shit, but he has bigger fish to fry right now, like getting this country back on the progressive track.

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  15. thank goodness the horn is on the mug, otherwise you may sit on it.and it doesn't surprise me you got a prick.

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    1. many of us LOVE pricks, dear! hope you are feeling better!

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  16. Good for you, Carebear! Balder Half is going in for his second shot this Thursday. I made him, I mean suggested that, he take Friday off. He listened for once. We are prepared for the aftereffects. His job arbitrarily made him an appointment without him having any input. For some reason, spouses weren't included. I have to shop around for mine.

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    1. your spouse is a first responder, so yeah he got the shot first. we registered with our county guvmint to get the shot; can you do the same? or register with a local pharmacy?

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  17. Outstanding gifts. Yay for the vaccine!

    Love,
    Janie

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  18. Love the gifts you got from Deedles. Very exciting and right on brand for you, anne marie in philly. Great news about the vaccination as well.

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    1. thank you, dear! deedles knows me all too well. more people need to get the vax so we as a country can get back to normal. and uncle joe is leading the way!

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  19. I am glad you are getting your shots.

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