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February 03, 2021

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Mark and Shelley

Congrats, PT! You don’t say whether you had any side effects from the first shot bu,t whether you did or not, you’re certainly more likely to have them after tomorrow’s shot, so you should expect that. But even if you have flu symptoms for a few days, you’ll be vaccinated and that’s great!! Actually, it will still be a week before you’re at full immunity, but at least you’ve done all you can to be safe. That’s awesome!!

Congrats, again!

Paul A Tamburello aka pt at large

I did not have much reaction to my first shot other than a sore arm for a day of two. I took a nap when I got home then was good to go the next day.
Thanks for the heads up re the second shot Ill let you know soon...

Sal Falzone

Paul,

I should could use a night out watching you go dancing!

Thanks and Stay Healthy,

Sal

Cousin Carol

And, dear one, my second vaccine shot is on Thursday! I went to an Ash Wednesday service at the Congregational Church, Stockbridge (member since 2019). It was, of course, totally outside, and the Sunday services are on Zoom. “Oh Brave New World … .” And, we most certainly are in the midst of a Tempest –politically and environmentally. Remember when we used to give up something for Lent?
Well, WHAT is left to give up?.

Sent with virtual hugs and real love

Cugina C

Susan Kavet

Yay for vaccinations!

Cathleen Cavanaugh

Hi Paul,
Thanks for writing and sending this out. And the comparison to the Camino. IT all starts with one step. Glad you are on your way to complete vaccination. I get my first shot next Monday.
Stay healthy, happy, centered!
Cathleen

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

Ons step at a time, definitely Cathleen. I’m feeling good and being careful in my small bubble.
My friend Susaan who went with me wanted to celebrate with lunch at Fiorello’s in Newton. Plexiglass between every two stools at the counter and between us and the bartender. The fried eggplant entrée with a walnut and goat cheese salad was a terrific reward and in a safe environment. How did your first shot go for you, where?

Myke Farricke

El Bombé - Great writing! And congrats on getting your 2nd shot!

M

A good story, Paul, and, yes, the most important event at Fenway.

M

sfalzone@withum.com                                                                                                                                                   Sal Falzone

Paul,

I should could use a night out watching you go dancing!

Thanks and Stay Healthy,

Sal

Susan Bennett

Well done PT! We got our first shots on the 19th but have to wait a month for the 2nd. It is a relief but doesn’t change daily life much, if at all. We’re being very careful. No trips planned yet. I hope you’ll be dancing in LA soon. ❤️

Cousin Carol

And, dear one, my second vaccine shot is on Thursday! I went to an Ash Wednesday service
at the Congregational Church, Stockbridge (member since 2019). It was, of course, totally outside, and the
Sunday services are on Zoom. “Oh Brave New World … .” And, we most certainly are in the midst
of a Tempest –politically and environmentally. Remember when we used to give up something for Lent?
Well, WHAT is left to give up?.

Sent with virtual hugs and real love

Susan Kavet

Yay for vaccinations!

Myke Farricker

El Bombé - Great writing! And congrats on getting your 2nd shot!

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