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A New Day

Today, I am returning to the world.  Slowly, but surely.  And I am thankful . . . 

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For the flexibility to carve out time to just roll with a rather nasty reaction to my shingles shot.  (As in . . . sleeping for 18 hours in a 24 hour time span.)

For Vernors . . . because when you're not feeling well, there is nothing quite like it.  (Thanks, Tom.)

For having completed the 2-shot regimen and never having to go through this again!  (Also . . . for effective shingles protection.)

How about you?  What are you thankful for today?

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Jo

I am thankful for my dachshund, Ben, who keeps me warm as I visit with my blog friends. And thankful for you and your other bloggers who share your lives with us.

Carole

I'm thankful that you are feeling better!

Patty

I'm thankful that a friend met me for lunch today! And that you're feeling better.

Geri

I’m thankful for my little knitting group who is trying to hold together despite our LYS closing. We’ll live a good distance from on another and it is challenging finding a meeting place in a central location. Glad to hear you are emerging from the depths of your side effects!

Vera

Thankful to hear you are feeling better. Love Vernors!!!

Bonny

I'm thankful for beef barley soup on the stove and that you are feeling better. That must be some immunization!

Kat

I am glad you are feeling better and I am thankful that I **finally** figured out this lace chart... lol

kathy b

We BOTH felt odd after the shingles vaccines. Both the first and second. knowing people who have had shingles I know that the side effects from the injection vaccine is nothing compared to the awful debilitating disease! May you be well and protected

margene

So happy to hear you're feeling better and that you're fully protected from getting shingles in the future!

Dee

Finished rafters and beams ..........................apparently in 1884 they weren't too picky about the wood holding up the roof and basement support. LOL

It gave new meaning to make do or do without ............we were missing a few beams. LOL

So thankful for: kiln dried wood and good carpenters to do the heavy work.

Chloe

One thing to be thankful for is that this reaction did not occur at a crucial life moment, like during your daughter's wedding or at the start of a cruise. I always think of things like that:).

Mary

I'm glad you're feeling better! (and also not looking forward to this regimen myself - honestly, it sounds worse than the old colonoscopy prep ... which was the very epitome of awful!) ... today I'm thankful that my new tires were under full warranty - I had to get one of them replaced today because of a nail... I had time to knit, and I didn't have to pay anything.

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