- Feb 28, 2014
Same here re: the vaccine. Although I'm a couple years under 65 myself, (a young hipster doofus ) I might be eligible soon because I work in healthcare. At least I've an appointment for the 1st dose, though I might get kicked to the curb though if my work credentials might not be sufficient. The appointment is still several weeks away, but am looking forward to herd immunity like a lot of folks...
Congrats on the weight management. It proves that you can do it. Plz send some of that mojo this way, I'd like to keep my pants size at its current or smaller waistline if possible...
I mainly write and edit, which is fairly solitary even amongst cubicles, so I'm good being near the back of the line. I do a lot of volunteer work with the Red Cross, but I don't know if that changes things.
I took both my parents for their first doses. In Ohio those over 80 were eligible a week before those over 75. Getting the appointment for my dad, who is over 80, was fairly quick and easy. Finding one for my mom, over 75, was more difficult, but she received the first dose yesterday. (She received a text in the morning that vaccines a few slots were available that afternoon).
Thanks for the congrats. I'm simultaneously proud and happy I've lost the weight yet horrified I got as bad as I did. I'm quite literally less than half the man I used to be. And the mojo is being sent. And if it helps, some keys for me include: Healthy diet I could stick to long term with enough variety not to feel in a rut and enough nutrition to have energy (Mediterranean works best for me). Keeping a log. Improving my cooking skills to stop relying on fast and ready-to-eat foods. Identifying bad habits and stopping them, like snacking in front of screens. Moving daily.
Three it is then?! That’s why you have shoulders
Well, I'd need room for an amp.