MY DAY: Post-vaccine No. 1

With my current physical conditions, it’s really difficult to determine what is RRMS and what are symptoms from yesterday’s vaccine as I was wracked with significant fatigue and minimal discomfort.

The Quartet was fed at 7:45 AM and once they returned from pottying, I was back in my bed until at least 12:30 PM, or perhaps later. While there was nothing on my schedule for today, I was missing out on tons of research and possible writing. I tried to sit at the desk a number of times but lasted not more than ten minutes before returning to bed to make other futile stabs at working. I did manage to organize my Dropbox files.

If this is the worst of it, fine. I’ve managed this leaden fatigue before. Still, I do not know if this is my body or my body +vaccine. The muscle around the injection site is a tad sore, but I can barely call it disruptive in any way.

So, I do wonder if Vaccine No. 2 will pack the wallop I’ve been reading from some of my teacher friends. Several colleagues are really getting socked with major symptoms and incredible discomfort.

I divided a head of lettuce, drizzled them with olive oil, and placed them in the air fryer for ten minutes. The toppings: chili tomatoes, black beans, shredder cheddar, chopped onion, and thousand island dressing made for a comforting meal as The Quartet surrounded me.

I am feeling better, now, at 11:00 PM and DENNIS THE MENACE is aiding in a lighter state.

Here’s to a better tomorrow.

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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