Oh south side.
Shame. If you were anywhere near Fured I'd come & see you or invite you round for dinner
Oh south side.
well I can wave at you from here, it's cleared out really nice compared to yesterday. you live in a very nice area wow! anyways I'll be stationed here more often, bought an apartment, was a childhood dream. surely will meet up at some point. I love to head over Tihany with the ferry will just wait for the weather to get a bit better.
Oh hell ! Best wishes for a soon and full recovery to you and everyone around ...Bartek wrote: ↑14 Jan 2021, 16:47My lil' Bruder and his G-Friend.
And now me.
Nearly whole of my close ones were hit by covid.
My wife is almost done. I got for about a week; loosing smell and almost completely taste it's interesting sensation, being weak and loosing energy - not so.
Look after your health. Stay health.
Man what an absolute nightmare. You all dodged a bullet. Glad you’re all on the other side of it now. I guess if there is any upside (and there really isn’t) but if you all have it at the same time I guess you don’t have to isolate and reimagine what your household looks like. Hopefully your antibodies will keep you safe from this pointBartek wrote: ↑15 Jan 2021, 02:12Thank you very much.
Actually, my wife and I were worrying about impact that it could cause to her heath (she's after kidney transplant), but the more she had read, the brighter and clear it become. She has very good result of all medical tests, our lungs are clear.
The beginning was a bit misleading, she had tummy problem, back pain (same as I); i got some flu related symptoms, but knowing what i knew, once i realized that my brain frequently was telling my that there's a smell of vomit, and after that i tested and i lost smell, it was obvious.
Any how, my mum having this shyte at the beginning had the worst. We're fine. We knew how to prepare (vitamins: D and C to support our immune systems, once we knew it's covid - aspirin once a day to prevent from micro-blood-clot).
My lil' Bro is health now.
THIS^^^Swinnow wrote: ↑24 Jan 2021, 23:39As the covid vaccines are so new and we have the consequent limited experience of them I feel it is better to take the cautious approach regarding post inoculation transmission. Time and more study data will advise us accordingly soon. OK, I may be biased as my youngest has a compromised immune system, but that's my position. I look forward to my vaccine appointment in due course in a few months time.