Cuz, I'm not.  Shown here is what I get:

You should be able to call 211 and get help, however, I did and the line is busy.  I will remain patient and try again later.

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I am hoping that you are not nervous about not getting a vaccine.  You'll be able to get one, for sure, you just have to be patient.  There are so many people trying to get in right now, so it might take a while for the system to catch up to you.  It's okay.  You'll be okay.

I feel like there is so much fear in the air right now that the more we can tell each other that it's all going to be okay, the better we will be.  If you have anxiety and this is freaking you out, just try taking a few deep breaths.  I promise you this will work.  It calms your mind and your body.

What I would like to get is the Johnson & Johnson shot.  One and done, baby, but I am not sure that's going to happen.  Johnson & Johnson has been the brand that I've trusted my whole life and it started with the "no tear" shampoo.  Do you remember that?  My Mom used to use it and it didn't sting at all when it hit your eyes.

I have heard, and maybe you have too, that the second shot is the one that may knock you for a loop.  Also, it feels like someone has punched you in the arm really hard.

Don't worry and be patient.

Love, Sully

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