sun thrown in

Happy Place, Happy Space

It’s been raining. But we’ve had a few blazing hot sunny days too. It was one such day when I took the car in for its checkup. It was a lovely morning so I took a new route running home. Not many people on the pavement, save one person walking her dog.

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I had my 1st vaccine injection this week. Apart from a sore arm for a good day & a half, and feeling battered like I’d run a long, hard race, all is good.

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Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.

If you would like to join in, ping back to this post and I will include you next week.

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  1. I had my first yesterday and all was a little chaotic at the brand new centre, but it’s a huge thing to organise and I’m grateful to have been there. Yes, a very sore arm, but so far, not feeling battered. Must be my wine anaesthetic 🙂 🙂

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    1. Another reason to enjoy a glass (or two)!
      Am so glad you are feeling ok, save the sore arm! On on to Dose #2!

      Meanwhile, keep safe & well, and have a fabulous week!

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  2. Congrats, Ju-Lyn, on getting your 1st vaccine shot! Very nice contrast of the red t-shirt against the lush green background in your photo. Thank you for the mention and for contributing to #WeekendCoffeeShare.

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    1. Thanks so much, Su. We are very fortunate in Singapore that we don’t have to drive far and wide to receive our vaccinations – and that we are able to receive it so expediently once we indicate our interest.

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting this Green Space with me! Good news is always welcome – particularly in light of all the turmoil still churning in so many places.

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          1. Well, vaccinations here in Manila are on a roll – but mostly with Sinovac jabs. AZ doses ran out, but the Philippine government is sourcing more doses.

            Health care workers, senior citizens, and those with co-morbidities are at the front of the queue for immunizations as of now. But non-medical essential workers (food delivery riders, law enforcement officers, F&B employees) are due to get their shots soon.

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            1. Good to know that the programme is progressing. Getting enough doses is a challenge most places, I believe. We can’t choose which vaccine we receive – all luck of the draw

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