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yellow flower on brown sand

Dulcey Lima
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Good Monday Morning to you!

I hope you had a great weekend and found moments of respite.
This is going to be long so skip to my poetry or movie review if you would like below.

When I wrote my TBR Ducks in a Row (in case you missed it), for Diana’s challenge you know I was feeling under the weather from the booster. I almost didn’t add that since it literally happened after I wrote my poem and right before I hit send.

Plus, I don’t know about you, but I don’t like to share things where it takes the focus off what I’m truly wanting to share vs what I’m experiencing when I’m in the midst of going through it, since the point of my story risks being missed.

In this case, I want you to know I truly appreciate knowing you not only sincerely liked my poem but you truly cared about me. I actually get a little tender hearted saying those words. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, it means a lot since NO ONE but my husband knew and a couple of friends and clients who checked in to see how my reaction was this time, so it was nice to commiserate with you all.

You see, I work with a lot of people of all ages and in days gone by, I’ve worked with people even when they were sick to help clear dis-ease and clear blockages when I’m doing my energy work, sound healing or Craniosacral work with them. Bodies know how to heal and I simply act as a conduit to let the body come back into homeostasis.

My immune function is always strong because of the natural antibodies I’ve built up from being around people and when I get sick. I only get sick about o every 5 years or so and I don’t talk about it when I do. I’ve learned that the power of suggestion, creates worry in people and the mind is powerful and can actually manifest illness or whatever the case is, into fruition.

I had no reaction to my first vaccine but the second one was a bear. And I’ve gotten the flu in between that as well. I struggled for 3-4 weeks after the my second shot with a fever, headache and body aches. To be honest, my breathing has never been the same since Covid started 2 years ago, It’s something I can’t quite explain other than a feeling that my heart is slowing down at times or I can’t catch my breath. I still wonder if I had Covid like so many others, and didn’t know it.

I do my best eating a balanced clean diet, exercise, stay hydrated, meditate, do yoga etc and my vitals are off the charts in a good way. Whenever I have have concerns, my doctor assures me that I have incredible vitals with the lowest heart rate, blood pressure and cholesterol and says you’re never going to die of a heart attack. Of course I’ll die of something, we all will, but hopefully not for a long time. The one thing I developed was Pregnancy Induced Asthma which happens to 1 percent of the population and that was terrifying. It could have to do with the second hand smoke from my mother being a chain smoker growing up but a subject for another time. And I’m not blaming you mom so relax, but I am beyond thrilled you quit upon our intervention πŸ€—.

At any rate, the booster shot hit me a little later than usual so I thought maybe I was out of the woods, but that night it hit me like a ton of bricks. So much for finishing Diana’s book or reading on the blog and never mind a Fun Fri-Yay! I was out for the count with a fever, headache and could barely walk for fear that my back or my hips would go out ,which threatened every time I tried to move. It seems it attached my areas of least resistance which is what the body does at those times. Let’s just say I was miserable.

On Friday or Saturday, I can’t remember which I Twittered:

Taken on my property

Writhing in pain

 she ran for undercover,

 trying to find shelter.  

Exposed, raw,  aching, 

tossing and turning, 

drenched in sweat 

there was only one thing to do, 

let it run its course. 

The beast that took so many 

was knocking at her door. 

Ok, so while it seems dramatic, that’s how I was feeling at the time and I’m glad I didn’t take to the bridge. My mother accuses me of having a bit of a dramatic flare. She claims my fame came when the nurses would bundle me up with my dark head of hair in a swirl and bring me to her saying “here is your beautiful Little Audrey Hepburn.”

When I finally talked to my mom yesterday when I turned a corner, she said “why didn’t you call me” and proceeded to tell me she would bring over her set of tuning forks and give me a treatment, to read my book on water, not to forget to read my daily word, use my tuning forks for my pain, read Joe Dispensa’s book for a healing meditation, drink my immune blend etc. While well intended, I don’t know about you, but the last thing I want when I’m down for the count, is someone barking good ideas at me. I just need to go undercover.

The one thing I did do which I rarely do, was watch a movie called Borrego on Saturday night starring Lucy Hale and Nick Gonzalez. While I’m not a fan of suspense, violence and thrillers, I’m a fan Nick Gonzalez who starred in The Good Doctor which I love, and Lucy Hale, who never disappoints. Besides being an amazing actor, Nick is a devoted husband and incredible father with his head on straight with good values. He also happens to be my friends son in law and she rates him as a 10 which is the highest praise in the book if you ask me.

My husband loves these kinds of movies but found it slow moving and not realistic as I heard him snoring more than a few times. The reviews are mediocre but I found the scenes beautiful and suspenseful with some tender moments of reality shared and their message that drugs ruin lives, was well delivered. The best review being most descriptive was by Roger Ebert ,although he only gave it a 2. Any “beat em up, kill em up” movie that keeps me awake and my interest has my hand up with a high 5.

The bonus was I woke to a poem inspired by their movie and my feeling better that I’ll Twitter today to redeem myself and let people know I didn’t go off the deep end. 🀣 I can laugh again now, which feels good.

Actually a weed in our field but any sign of life is a happy moment

I shouldered the burden

with an insatiable thirst  

hoping beyond hope 

to find respite 

amongst sand and gravel. 

I fall to slumber 

and awake 

to a bright yellow flower 

that pushed 

through the earth. 

Happy days are here again! 

There’s a trailer below if you care to watch.

The good news is I’m moving today, slow as it may be with a late post, but the body is resilient. The sun is shining and I’m feeling grateful for that. My sweet mom stopped in and delivered my her homemade butternut soup which is the best medicine ever. Thanks mom. The bonus was I got to go on a small walk up our road at a snail’s pace with her which was all I could do. We had to stop many times since it was so taxing for her and her balance was really compromised from a recent injury, so I gave her some exercises to do everyday before she left. The universe truly does deliver the messages we need to receive with obstacles in our path so we can gain insight.

Thanks for visiting and have a beautiful day and stay blessed.

πŸ’–

Cindy

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Sheereen
8 months ago

Take care Cindy! Get well soon!❀

Phil
8 months ago

So glad you’re starting to feel better, my dear Cindy. πŸ™πŸΌ Big πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€— for you! That you can compose poetry and appreciate the beauty of a flower 🌼 – albeit, a weed πŸ˜‚ – speaks well to your improved condition. πŸ˜™ Best wishes, my friend! πŸ’–

vaniheart
8 months ago

Well the first poem clearly depicts your emotions..and i am glad that you are feeling better 😊 πŸ˜€

katiemiafrederick
8 months ago

SMiLes Dear Cindy i’m So Glad You
Are Recovering From Your Challenge
With Your Last Booster Shot True the

Doctor’s Believe Katrina and me Caught
It Way Back in the Beginning Now in January 2020
Through An Extending Struggle All the Way Through

Early March 2020 For me And Yes An Inhaler And Steroid Medication
For Katrina Where Neither Of us Had Ever Had A Cold or Flu That Serious Yet Coughing Up Blood
Convinced me and Her To See the Doctor And they Didn’t Realize That After the Holidays 2019

Then That

Covid-19 Was
Already In Our
2020 Blood Supply of
Humanity Here Where i Live,
A Tourist Area And Constant
Interchange of Military Nation
And Even Other Countries Wide…

Sadly Katrina Had A Rare Reaction
From Her First Vaccine Called ‘SIRVA’
When Vaccines Are Administered too High
or Too Low on the Shoulder Causing Rotator
Cuff and Tendonitis Issues That She Has Been

Suffering With Every Since the Vaccine Incident
Last Spring Yet it is Not At all Directly Related to
that Specific Vaccine Yet When Not So Experienced
Personnel are Delivering Huge Numbers of Vaccines Mistakes

Are Surely More
Likely to Happen
And That Was Just
How the Wheel of Fortune
Spun that Day She Immediately
Reported it to Her Doctor Yet Sadly
The Doctor Wasn’t Even Familiar With

The Issue
Then Yes Hopefully
She Will Recover Soon

And Long Haul Syndrome
Gave me some issues With
Tachycardia It Seems too that
Eventually Went Away in About
A Year Since We Contracted the
Virus Back in the Early Part of January 2020

Hehe Just Another First i Guess As Ironically
When it Was Going on i Documented it in A
Blog Post Titled “Rushing The Flu Away”

in Early January Then What A Struggle

Hehe As Us ‘Westerners’
Aren’t Very Patient This

Way As the Asians

Got the Pandemic
Controlled So Very Fast

Where in China By End of
March 2020 They accomplished
That As a Concerted Group Effort

Where in the UK the Leader There
Is Going For ‘Broke’ Now And Lifting Almost
All the Precautionary And Preventative Measures

There WeLL It’s True The Patient Turtle Wins the
Final Race Often in Survival Against the Quick Hare

Sadly In This Case Rabbits Breeding More Room For
A More Deadly Potenital Virus to Come to Light in Darkness

As It’s True

Apes Who
Work Together
Hairless Or Not

Are Always Strongest
These Ways As Asian
Countries Are Winning the
War ‘the West’ Continues to Lose With Ignorance…

Lovely Poetry Describing Your Struggles Dear Cindy
And Expressions of Gratitude Coming Out of DarK
And i Totally Agree our Emotional And Sensory State
of Mind/Being When in Balancing Force of Inhaling Peace
And Exhaling Love Drives So Much of Our Well Being Now…
Yet Sadly For So Many Folks That Seems Like A Last Part of A “To Do or Not Do List’..:)

katiemiafrederick
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

SMiles Dear
Cindy We Feel
Fortunate To Be
Vaccinated Thrice
And Still Alive

Our Mutual Dear
Young FRiEnD
Astha From India

Sadly Didn’t Have
The Same Opportunities

We Have Here
To Survive my
FRiEnD Keep Teaching
Balance Dear FRiEnDπŸ™Œβ€οΈβ˜ΊοΈ

katiemiafrederick
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸŒžπŸ˜ŠπŸ€—β€οΈ

katiemiafrederick
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

β˜ΊοΈπŸŒžβ€οΈπŸ€—

katiemiafrederick
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ™Œβ˜ΊοΈπŸ€—

katiemiafrederick
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ•ΊπŸ™Œβ˜ΊοΈ

GraceoftheSun
8 months ago

So glad you are feeling better, dear Cindy. Wonderful poems. Will definitely be adding this movie to my list.πŸ’•πŸ™πŸ’•

GraceoftheSun
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Slowly but surely on the recovery path. Looking forward to it.πŸ’•

GraceoftheSun
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Absolutely.My whole household has a non COVID related flu.We have been passing it on for weeks now.I was the last one to catch it and am determined to make sure it ends here.πŸ’•πŸ™πŸ’•

GraceoftheSun
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Oh, I have been taking writing breaks. My back log is almost non existent. Thankfully my energy is increasing with each passing day, so hopefully things will go back to normal soon. Thanks for the love, my friend. Hang in there.πŸ’•

GraceoftheSun
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ’•πŸ™πŸ’•

Tricia Sankey
8 months ago

That first twitter poem makes much more sense to me now, I was wondering if you were writing fiction!! Sorry to hear you had such a tough time with the booster, I didn’t like the 2nd shot too well and had heart palpitations for a while. Your second poem so gorgeous and made me smile! πŸ’

Infinite Living
8 months ago

any sign of life is a happy moment – I loved reading these words in your caption of the second picture :))) That yellow flower is like a painting by Mother Nature and its beauty so lovingly shared by you.
Your poems are so beautiful and true in feeling. I think ‘dramatic’ is just a way of teasing ourselves for how the energetic sensitivity works on us πŸ™‚ Nothing is just that one thing, each experience has so many layers to it, along with all the wisdom at work to care for it, whether we consciously acknowledge in the moment or not. It is actually very dramatic then!!!

I am so glad to know you are feeling all better. Keep shining your light and inspiration on us :))

Infinite Living
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

My pleasure always πŸ™‚ _()_

Miriam
8 months ago

Hi Cindy, your writing is always from the heart and I feel your words deeply. I’m so glad you’re feeling better. Our natural immune system is a remarkable thing, our bodies are stronger and more powerful than we can possibly imagine. Keep well and keep shining my friend. πŸ™

Kay Castaneda
8 months ago

I hope you get well Cindy. It sounds like you are on the mend. Your poems and thoughts today are full of hope. I love the photos especially the “weed.”

inspirechief
8 months ago

I’m sorry to hear about your illness. I am glad you are feeling better. Take it slow and easy. I am sending good thoughts your way. πŸ€—β€οΈ

Laleh Chini
8 months ago

❀️❀️❀️

Cheryl, Gulf Coast Poet
8 months ago

Wow, Cindy, what a miserable experience! Hope you feel better soon! <3 <3 <3 <3 The poems made me feel your pain and your optimism!

Gabriela Marie Milton
8 months ago

Hon, I am so glad you are feeling better and you already know I love the poem.
Sending plenty of love.
xoxo

Gabriela Marie Milton
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Oh, my, here is more love for a beautiful Tuesday ❀️❀️❀️

Gabriela Marie Milton
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ™πŸŒΈπŸŒΊβ€οΈ

Jeff Flesch
8 months ago

Beautiful pics, beautiful poetry, dearest Cindy. I’m so happy you are feeling better! πŸ’–

Kym Gordon Moore
8 months ago

Oh my dear, sweet FUNyay friend, I am so heartbroken that you were dealing with these issues and getting punched in the gut with all of the ailments you were enduring. πŸ’” I am so happy that you are feeling much better, and of course we know that writing can be more therapeutic than you realize. πŸ™πŸΌ Writing puts the emotion out there, but you versified your feelings so eloquently, that one would never really realize that you were seriously under the weather. πŸ˜“πŸ€’πŸ€’

Miss FUNyay, you are still FUN even without the “yay!” πŸ₯° Even though you were feeling yucky, you still exude a degree of positivity and optimism that I think saved you from falling into a pit of total despair. Sending you a big bowl of warm hugs πŸ€— and smooches πŸ’‹ my dear friend! πŸ₯£ Stay well, but also known when to say when. OK? πŸ‘πŸΌβœ¨πŸ˜πŸŒŸπŸ’

Kym Gordon Moore
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Cindy, you are such a breath of fresh air. Yep girlfriend, we have climbed back on the horse πŸ‡πŸΌ and in spite of the aches, pains, and discomfort (I sound like a pain reliever commercial), we may get knocked down for the moment, but we ain’t knocked out! So yes ma’am giddy up 🀠 and let’s pick up where we left off! 🐎 Yeeeehaawwwww!!! πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ˜‚

Sowmya
8 months ago

Wonderful poetry Cindy. Glad that you are getting better. Take care. Sending prayers and positive vibes.

Sowmya
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

With pleasure Cindy. Glad that you are recovering well

PRERNA
8 months ago

Happy to see u happy😊

PRERNA
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Yeah ! Most welcome

PRERNA
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Yeah ! Sure

Marsha
8 months ago

You are “fearfully and wonderfully made,” my friend. You weathered the storm and game back. I was thinking of getting boosted, but you’ve just convinced me that I still need to wait. I just read that Omicron protects from the last variant, but not the other way around. If I had Omicron, I should know on Friday if I am allowed to have my next surgery. I had a negative test before the symptoms hit. It seems like our world revolves around health. What’s up with that? If I’m living in the moment, I should relax and enjoy it, but I think I want to move to something more invigorating. πŸ™‚ Blessings on you and keep writing and being amazing.

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Vince talked to the VA nurse this morning. He is at day 10. They told him he is no longer contagious and doesn’t have to wear a mask when he goes out. Talk about mixed messages! What we both feel now is more like allergies. It’s all in our noses, eyes, and mouth (in my case). All on the mend, though! I hope you are doing better. You never know how the vaccine is going to hit you!

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

I sound like such a complainer. In truth, I am a complainer, but I am also glad to be alive and kicking. πŸ™‚

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Awww, thanks, Cindy. So was Mom. I am too. It’s been a wonderful life, and I’m happy for each day of it. πŸ™‚

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

I was very conscious about throwing off my dad’s genes. Today as Vince and I talked at lunch, I realized that I know NOTHING about my dad’s grandparents or much of anything about his extended family. How sad. Some of those second cousins might still be living.

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

That could be part of the curation this year. πŸ™‚

ChallEngEr
8 months ago

Your poetry is always inspiringπŸ’Œhope youre feeling betterπŸ’—

Train Today to Reap Tomorrow
8 months ago

I think Cindy you already mentioned slight breathing issues related to pregnancy asthma and secondhand smoking. Hope those things minimize with your active lifestyle, diet, and meditations. Wishing you feel good soon.

Lamittan Minsah
8 months ago

Oh my sweet Cindy, I’m sorry you had to face it this rough after the booster. Phew, thank God you’re up and about, picking up the pieces one at a time. You’ll just be very okay in no time. I’m glad you found some relish in books and movies and you stayed in the emotional and physical balance. That first poem caught me with great sympathy for you, how you had to face it more rough than I thought, dear. But when I sow that bright weed flower, I saw hope and life. Thanks for coming on board and sharing your experience and current situation which, to be sincere, have been a worry to me since we last spoke, when you told me about the reactions. Keep shining and getting strong, dearest. πŸŒΊπŸ’–πŸŒΊ

Lamittan Minsah
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

It’s absolutely liberating to hear from you, dearest. You’re most welcome. πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸ’–

Lamittan Minsah
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Aww, so glad to know that my words could actually put a smile on your face. Blessings, dear. Have a marvelous day. πŸŒΊπŸ’–πŸŒΊ

Lamittan Minsah
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ He has such an intriguing idiolect! So funny indeed πŸ˜πŸ€—πŸŒΊ

Warren Richards
8 months ago

When, the beast comes knocking, at the door of her heart, he found it tightly closed. Through, he huffed and puffed, her soul, built to stand the test… every time. When the writhing whether, faded through the course. The wretch at the door, succumbed to the light. Emanating through, the window of her unyielding heart!

Be well, and when the well is full. May your heart and soul, be blessed!

Warren Richards
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Blessings to you! πŸ™πŸ½

Mike U.
8 months ago

Goodness, it sounds like you really got blind-sided. I was worried about my second Pfizer dose and stocked up on some OTC meds, but I lucked-out and felt no side-effects (same with the first dose). We’ll see what happens with the booster. Here’s hoping you return to your regular self soon. πŸ™‚ Your poetry is amazing, Cindy. Can’t wait to read more. πŸ™‚

Lolsy's Library
8 months ago

Very glad to hear you are doing better. The first shot I had was horrible, the second went by like nothing at all. I am not looking forward to the boosters though, lol. Of course, beautiful writing as always =D

Ingrid
8 months ago

So pleased you’re healing, Cindy: I was thinking of you when I read your Twitter post πŸ’•

I’m mid-house-move and catching up on the fly, still moving it on Tuesday πŸ˜…πŸ’•πŸ’œ

Ingrid
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Yes, just down the road, lovely little place πŸ₯°

I feat I will never catch up, but I’ll keep trying πŸƒβ€β™€οΈβ€οΈ

Ingrid
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

Suvi K
8 months ago

Hello ma’am!! I’m so glad you’re getting better, it’s really good to knowπŸ€—
And I love the poems. Not dramatic at all, I can understand the emotion thereπŸ˜‚
Take care!!

Suvi K
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

You’re always welcome😍
Ofc I’ll vote for youu!!🀭

KK
KK
8 months ago

Glad you feel better now. But I liked the way you shared your experience. Your poems are really good and the second one is just awesome and speaks your mood. Don’t talk of death, my dear, your natural antibodies will get stronger in days to come to make you younger and more agile. Take care, Cindy πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–πŸ’

KK
KK
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

It’s my pleasure, always welcome πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–πŸ’πŸ’—πŸ™

Nancy Richy
8 months ago

Bless you, Cindy, for sharing all this with us. I’ve accepted the fact that we all will either get the virus at some point or have already had it. That doesn’t mean we should just resign ourselves and throw caution to the wind. No, we need to continue to be vigilant when we’re out and about and realize no one is invincible. So sorry you’ve been going through this; thank God you’ve turned the corner and have your wonderful insights and poetry to share with us – your friends. Take good care, Cindy. and God bless. πŸ™πŸΌ πŸ’•

Nancy Richy
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

That’s truly great, Cindy. I may have mentioned that both my daughters in law are in the medical field – one’s a pediatric nurse (very handy with 4 grand kids!) and the other is a doctor specializing in making chemo for cancer patients. They are my go-to people for everything! My nurse DIL has done nothing these past two years but work constantly on COVID. While there are many anti-vaxxers out there (that’s there right, I guess!), we’ve all been vaccinated. Still, my one son, his wife and baby got COVID twice! The first time was a whopper, the 2nd not bad at all. I think working in a hospital is one of the most unsafe occupations … ironic, isn’t it? The point of all this is the virus is here to stay and the vaccine is not a cure, like polio. It’s not a sure-fire prevention either. It’s meant to keep us from getting so sick if we are exposed that we end up having to go to the hospital or, God forbid, dying. It help us to stay healthy and keep others healthy. I’ve no regrets getting jabbed, wearing a mask, whatever is necessary. I’m glad we did it and have remained healthy through it all. Great knowing you’re ok and can freely share your thoughts with us. Stay safe and well, my friend. πŸ™πŸΌπŸ’œπŸŒΉ

Goff James
8 months ago

Hi, Cindy, glad to hear your back on the road and days blessed with bright flowers.

Goff James
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Cheers. Stay Safe.😍

Goff James
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

⭐️😎

Goff James
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
8 months ago

Stay Smiling. 🌼

Goff James
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Ha!

Goff James
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Ah, hA!

boundlessblessingsblog
8 months ago

Cindy glad to know you have recovered after the booster. Loved both your poems they were beautiful. Such a great post and the trailer was looking very nice. Take care and stay blessed dear.

Daphny Aqua
8 months ago

Delighted to know that you are doin good dear Cindy, really sad that 2nd dose took such a toll on you. Also I am extremely sorry to hear you got asthma it’s not easy and it gets scary but all will be well. I do wish you a good health and stay safe always. Sending you lots of love. πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

singhpiyush6089
8 months ago

Loved the emotions in your poems….take care Cindy ..

Annika Perry
8 months ago

Cindy, poetry in the midst of such severe side-effects is a gift indeed! I’m glad you’re better now – the booster was the worst for me too and I could barely walk for a week, terrible fatigue but with some health issues I am glad for the protection! Lovely you and your mother could enjoy a walk and that you can provide some help for her. Take care, hugs xx

Shashank Narayan
8 months ago

πŸ’πŸ₯³πŸ₯³

Don't Lose Hope
7 months ago

I had a mild reaction to my booster dose – which is half a dose – and had no reaction to my first and second shot. Weird!

rothpoetry
7 months ago

Wow~ Sounds like it hit you pretty hard. Glad to hear you turned the corner and are feeling better. I had all three shots with no side effects on any of them. Hope you are back on top soon. Rest and take care … and maybe listen to your mother!! :>)

Ritish Sharma
7 months ago

“I still wonder if I had Covid like so many others, and didn’t know it.”
That is literally me.

I’m praying for your quick recovery. So, get well soon and make my prayers true, otherwise, I’ll stop doing so.
(Copied that line from the internet)
But don’t worry about it, I still care. β£πŸ™πŸ»

Neshea Jade'
7 months ago

I’m so sorry to hear you were so sick. I haven’t been on that much because of personal issues but I’m so happy your doing better. Your in my prayers and please feel free to reach out if you need me. God bless your heart bye-bye for now. 7137146015 sms

paeansunplugged
7 months ago

Both your poems are gorgeous for they are from your heart. ❀️
The movie review sounds good, will put it on my must watch list.
Good to know you are feeling better. Take care and keep shining, Cindy! πŸ’–πŸ’–

Goff James
7 months ago

Glad to hear there is an improvement. Stay Safe. Happy Moving on Day.

aruna3
7 months ago

Most beautifully written this post.and that movie—–i will see that surely.wonderful description,my dear friend Cindy !! With some verse like the gems.much love and big hugs sending you from India.πŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ€—

aruna3
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

You are most welcome,my amazing Cindy!!xxxxx

aruna3
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Me too much lucky by meeting you.most welcome,dear Cindy with love.πŸ€—β€πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–β€πŸ€—

aruna3
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Again right back to you,my all love ya,dear Cindy!!πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’–

Stuart Danker
7 months ago

Great to hear that you’re on the mend, and butternut soup sounds amazing! I truly believe that the universe does send us messages, and it’s our job to hear them amidst all the noise. Anyway, thanks for this post!

jonicaggiano
7 months ago

Lovely poem Cindy. I am so sorry to hear that you have been sick. My daughter got her injections and got Covid along with everyone else in her house and it is strange but she expressed the same kind of sensation three weeks later, having a sense of not being able to catch her breath, she finally had to get an inhaler. So she has been sick for a while. I think taking it easy is what she needs but she is running a company and has three little children so that is not going to happen. Sending you big hugs and lots of love my dear friend. Please take care of yourself and make time to rest. Love you, Joni

jonicaggiano
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Oh my gosh Cindy I never knew you couldn’t walk. Bless your heart Cindy well prayers for your strength returning going up to God now. Sweetie I did not know you were so sick. Please take care of yourself. Your followers love you and understand if you can’t be as active. You are a certified health guru Cindy – just teasing you I know you are certified in so many areas. So please do what you would tell your clients, first and foremost get well. I am sending fairies with southern chicken soup and flour bread 🍞 home made. They will stay and take care of you until you are all better. Do not respond to any of these comments the fairies will keep me updated and that is a writers love going out to you!!!! β€οΈπŸ€—πŸ¦‹πŸ₯°πŸ™πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈπŸ§šβ€β™‚οΈπŸ§šπŸ»

jonicaggiano
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

I love you Cindy and I know you put a lot of pressure on yourself and give so much to everyone. Please be kind to yourself. You will not lose any followers, because they love you. I am glad the soup is working. β€οΈπŸ€—πŸ¦‹πŸ₯°πŸŒΉπŸŒΉ

Jane Aguiar
7 months ago

Both the poems were full of emotions. Glad to know that you are recovering. Take care dear ❀️

Jane Aguiar
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Yes, you take care πŸ‘πŸ»

Jane Aguiar
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

Surely❀️❀️

merrildsmith
7 months ago

I’m glad you’re feeling better!

merrildsmith
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

πŸ’™

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
7 months ago

Hello, my friend, so sorry to hear of your health troubles, but glad to read a more recent post & know you’re on the mend. I, too, have been down and out twice over the past couple months, due to stress and a new kitty who is not fond of letting me sleep through the night! It’s so nice that you & your mom are there for each other’s love and support. You’re so right: the body knows how to heal itself if given what it needs. Sending you the energy of lovingkindness for better days ahead! πŸŒžπŸ˜˜πŸ™

Gottfried
7 months ago

More strength to your immune system as always ❀️

Gottfried
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
7 months ago

You’re welcome πŸ’•

My Rollercoaster Journey
7 months ago

I hope you are all better now! I am just now reading this post.

marlene ford gf Sesse
marlene ford gf Sesse
7 months ago

So glad you are feeling better. And took the time to reflect and were able to write two incredible poems
Stay well and healthy vital and strong πŸ’ͺ

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