the day my life changed forever. a photo essay

Don’t cry because it’s over.
Smile because it happened.
— the prophet theodor geisel

The COVID mambo has reduced my life to a limited set of activities.

I wake up, drink coffee, go for a run, edit some newspapers in my little dungeon, watch a Hallmark movie and go to bed.

But then.

Mo, using her superior tech skills and come-hither looks, got us appointments for the vaccine. It’s the new one called “Placebo,” so it must be good.

I cannot wait to get vaccinated and begin my new post-COVID schedule.

I will wake up, drink coffee, go for a run, edit some newspapers in my little dungeon, watch a Hallmark movie and go to bed.

But my arm will hurt.

God bless modern science. And Dr. Seuss.

About gary

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2 Responses to the day my life changed forever. a photo essay

  1. tosuperstar says:

    I always thought Dr. Suess was overrated, he probably wasn’t even a Doctor. I wonder if he could give B and me a shot? Hmmm

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