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Since September 15 I had to go for the second dose of the covid 19 vaccine. My daughter-in-law's mother came yesterday, Friday 17th, for us. Everything went very fast this second time, the queue flowed so fast that we spent less than an hour. The injection didn't even hurt. We were given instructions on how to take care of ourselves after the vaccination, and among the recommendations was to rest without physical effort for at least two days and not to get too much sun, and to take shelter from the rain. There, everything was fine.
When we returned home, I asked my daughter-in-law's mother if we could stop by a pharmacy to buy some medicine I needed.
We got out of the car and went to the pharmacy, I asked for the medicines before standing in a line of people who were also going to buy them. The clerk told me that they did have the medicines. So I stood in a small line, but with some time because they were not swiping the electronic payment cards of the customers who were there before me.
When I was served I asked for the medicines, and the most important one I needed was the last one they had on sale. What a blessing, I was on time, was my first thought, thank God. But when it was my turn to pay there was no connection with the bank. We tried two more times and nothing, according to the employee since yesterday they have had that connection problem. And the same in all the stores because yesterday I couldn't pay for some groceries I needed with an electronic card either. So I could not take the medicines. The employee told me that I could reserve the medicines until this afternoon. I agreed to stop by again in the afternoon before the pharmacy closes, to see if I could swipe the card, which has a connection to the bank.
We got back in the car, and it wouldn't start. Nothing, not a sound of anything to start. Like dead. My daughter-in-law's mother got out and with the hood open, she gave the battery terminals and it did not react. Well, as the car is synchronous and it needed to be push, I had to push it. We asked for help from a man who was standing watching how we were trying to start the car. And between the two of us we pushed, although when it was time to do some running, I left that part to the good Samaritan. A few meters ahead he started the car. Thank God, because the sun today is inclement and I didn't want to walk home. It's a bit far on foot.
Back in the car. And when I sat down the first thing I remembered was that I didn't have to do any physical effort for two days, because I had been vaccinated... hahaha... It's all in the mind! God is my protector.
I am grateful to God because yesterday I was able to get my second dose, because I was able to push a car without any problem and most certainly, I will have the medicines I need in the afternoon. It is all a matter of faith.
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