Those of you following carefully along in the recounting of my illness here, resulting from a normal reaction to a shingles vaccine, will be thrilled to find we have now come to the riveting conclusion of this epic odyssey.
Those of you who are just tuning in now will be a bit confused.
But don't worry. I will review! And once I do you will be as excited as everyone else.
On day one it turned out I got pretty sick as a result of taking the shingles vaccine's first dose (there are two shots total). This is normal. I didn't regret it. I don't want no shingles. I don't want an excruciating band of rash on my precious body!
Nevertheless, I was exhausted, and headachy, and pretty sick from the vaccine reaction effect.
On day two I felt somewhat, but not by any means entirely, better. So I formed an awesome rock band called:
THE SHINGLES: Band of rash.
Honestly, this was the highlight of the illness trilogy.
Up to now.
Because now we are at the stirring culmination of the illness trilogy.
And everyone is all caught up!
So have a seat. Hold on to your horses. Call over your cat. Get a snack. Hook yourself up to a blood pressure cuff. This is it! This is what we've all been waiting for!
Do you have chills. Yes, it's a moment pregnant with possibility. And let me tell you, this is a twist so wild it goes a full 360 degrees!
360 degrees, so, that means...
Yes, I am feeling better now.
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