Last Monday, on August 23rd, I began my first semester at my dream university in my dream programme. Today, I wanted to briefly chat about how my week faired and whether my expectations were met or colossally let-down.
On July 25th, I wrote up a Mid-Morning Musings post, where I chatted about my Uncle’s passing and how it had impacted me on an emotional level, as well as what it taught me about grief, anger, and hatred. While I’m still doing relatively well given the circumstances, I have noticed that my perception on the world around me, particularly with respect to my priorities, has started to change and evolve quite a bit. Today, I wanted to briefly touch base on how things are changing and what they shall mean for the future of this blog, BiblioNyan.
On April 30th, I received my second dose of the COVID vaccine. I went to the same CVS Pharmacy that I visited for my first vaccination dose, which I’ve discussed in detail here for anyone that’s curious about it. Similarly to the preceding post, I’m going to discuss my experiences with getting the shot and how my body reacted to it within the subsequent forty-eight hours.
On April 9th, I received my first dose of the COVID vaccine. I went to a CVS Pharmacy that was in the next town over since all of the appointments relatively close to my house were completely booked for the next month or so. Given my immunocompromised state, it was imperative for me to get this vaccination gig started. Here are my experiences with it.
I’ve been sitting here writing and deleting sentences for the better part of an hour. The truth is that I completely suck at writing introductions. So, rather than write up a traditional intro, I’m gonna say hi and then move on to chatting about how the last couple of weeks have treated me. Hi, Chums! Hope you’re all well. 😊
I wanted to create a small space here where I can chat with you candidly every couple weeks about life and how things are going. Whether I’m kicking it’s arse or it’s beating the living hell out of my own. I suppose I just wanted people to see me for who I truly am. No pretences, no bullshite.