You can get flu shots these days at your local pharmacy, so Toni went to our local Walgreens and got one...no fuss no muss..just pull out your insurance card and it's done and paid for.
Ok, so next morning I go over...Nope.... all out of flu shots. "No problem, we are getting another shipment in this afternoon." Great...um. no. I drive to the CVS. ALSO no stock.
Fuming, I drive off to work.
Later than day I get a text from Toni that she's sneezing, nose is running and feels achy. Hopefully she's all better today..a couple of days of minor crap can happen from a flu shot for some people.
Last year I had no side effects from my shot, but I decide to postpone the shot until after Sunday.
Weather is looking wonderful for race day: no wind, partly cloudy, 44F at the start.. 55F at my estimated finish time. Doesn't get much better than that!
I haven't had a flu shot in years for that very reason. I'm still breathing so I consider my strategy a success so far. :)ReplyDelete
I hope you have a fantastic race - gorgeous weather, to boot!
My son always gets a little bit sick after his flu shot. I think you've made a wise decision.ReplyDelete
I would also wait for the race first although I have never had any side effects and take the shot every year.ReplyDelete
It irks me when flu season is coming and they are advertising for the shot, yet they don't have any available. This baffles me. This is something many people want yet they run out. I hope you were able to find a shot and feel its effects quickly. I hope no serious sickness hits either of you.ReplyDelete
Laverne Bodnar @ U.S. HealthWorks Sacramento – Downtown