Letter: Thank you! Getting my shots was easy peasy

Posted 4/15/21

With all the negativity that has been going on lately, I wanted to write something about feeling good.  

Getting my first Covid shot was so frustrating, to say the least. But after …

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Letter: Thank you! Getting my shots was easy peasy

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With all the negativity that has been going on lately, I wanted to write something about feeling good.  

Getting my first Covid shot was so frustrating, to say the least. But after four days of being on my cell phone trying to find an opening, I got lucky! What a relief.  

I went to CVS in Warren, got my first shot, easy peasy, just a sore arm. A month later I went for my second shot, again easy peasy. As I have read so many comments about the second shot I was nervous. I heard that it would be worse. But, it was also easy peasy.

My reason for writing this is to give a big shout out to all the young people who are taking care of us through the process of getting vaccinated. So helpful and kind. I was impressed and made to feel special, which helped so much!

Thank you to all the young girls, you are all so helpful and kind ... XO

Judy Marshall
Bristol

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