This morning, I received my second COVID shot (oowwee) (since I fit into a higher risk category), and this went smoothly — if not painlessly. 🙂
And – it just so happens that the immunization clinic was in very close vicinity to the library so of course, I ended up popping in there “just to see”… (Didn’t want to be rude, after all.) 😉
And then I came out with these lovelies (top to bottom in photo above):
- The Body in the Library – Agatha Christie (can’t stop reading her every now and then – she’s like eating peanuts! 😉 )
- The Invisible Man – H.G. Wells (F/Sci fi?)
- Roads – Larry McMurtry (NF/travel essays). (In progress. He’s true to the title: he’s talking about actual roads. Dear me. It’s a little like watching paint dry in its level of excitement so prob. going to DNF.)
- Plainsong – Kent Haruf (another blogger was raving about this title so thought I’d do a reread from a long time ago).
- A Traveller’s Life – Eric Newby (NF/travel essays)
The first one (after I’ve finished my current read): Roads… (I miss traveling anywhere so this might scratch that itch.)
What a convenient clinic and library location! How are you feeling after the second dose? If you got the blahs like I have heard so many do, at least you had some good reading material to keep you busy!
You know, I felt absolutely fine. I had heard people can feel a bit yucky but I didn’t. Thank goodness. Are you going to get the shot?