|Another beautiful rose|
This rose was captured last Friday, when I walked from Cornwall Rose Garden to home, after the coffee shop visit. It had been foggy earlier that morning, and the rose was covered with little bits of dew from the fog. In just a few minutes, it was gone as if it had never happened.
It rained all night last night, and I expected more would be around for my walk to the bus, but it was not only dry, most of the sky was kept clear of clouds. It was just before the wind started, which blew in quite a few clouds, but so far we are rain free for the day. I wouldn't mind a little more, but I never mind a sky filled with fluffy white clouds and a brisk wind to keep things interesting.
I made an appointment for my Covid booster shot on line, hopefully it will happen this afternoon when I scheduled it. But until it's actually in my arm, I am skeptical. After the times I tried over and over to schedule the original shots and being so disappointed, I'll keep my fingers crossed for it to happen. At my advanced age, I am just happy to be eligible. Who knows how much the vaccine took in the first place? Anything I can do to up my chances of avoiding the virus, I'll take!
We're going to hold off on our boosters to give it as much time as we can so it will still be strong when we have a trip scheduled right now for spring. Fingers crossed for you and us.ReplyDelete
Hope the side effects with the booster is NONE!!!ReplyDelete
I am ambivalent about boosters. It seems a tad greedy to me when so much of the world hasn't had their first (which includes in my country).ReplyDelete
We plan to get our flu shot first, after the first of October. I haven't investigated the Covid booster yet.ReplyDelete
It's raining here now, has been since mid morning. Rain is good.
Hi, you all are more than welcome to my place in line. Never wanted any parts of the flu-shots, and sure don't think any different about the covid/boosters.ReplyDelete
Hope you get your booster. I am anxious for mine but mine was Moderna so it will probably be a while yet.ReplyDelete
The rose is lovely.ReplyDelete
It appears that we are going to lag behind again.ReplyDelete
Hope all went well with your booster shot. I will get mine in November, the flu shot is on my list soon:)ReplyDelete
Good luck on your booster shot!ReplyDelete
Advanced age? What's going on here? 81 is advanced so just wait a year or two. It helps to keep looking at a smaller number.ReplyDelete
I’m with you about the vaccine. Any protection that’s offered, I’m there. I only had my second shot in early July, so I won’t get a booster for some time to come.ReplyDelete
We plan to get the flu shot next week and will probably get the booster vaccine in November.ReplyDelete
Beautiful rose! Just love the color. Good luck with the booster. I have to wait for the Moderna to be approved.ReplyDelete
Beautiful catch with the rose.ReplyDelete
I hope you can get your booster shot! :)
I'm happy to see that Covid cases are way down in just the last week or so. Possibly so many people are either vaccinated or have had the disease that we're approaching the much-talked-about herd immunity. Anyhoo ... I'm hoping to get my booster in a couple of weeks, six months after my second shot. Take care.ReplyDelete
I just had my flu jab yesterday. Need to wait 6 months after my second Covid vac before having the booster. Good to keep on top of things. That rose is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I got my third jab yesterday and today have a headache, chills and a sore arm. Nothing that I can't handle and I'm grateful to be eligible so early and easily. Last time I was only 64 which was very frustrating.ReplyDelete