#BadMoonRising – Post 24 Featuring R. G. Vaughan


Today’s Bad Moon Rising post features author R. G. Vaughan, and I thoroughly enjoyed his interview answers and reading about his newest writing endeavors. I think you will, too, so head on over if you haven’t already visited this morning.

Check out R. G.’s Post HERE

4 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising – Post 24 Featuring R. G. Vaughan

    • Thanks for the reminder. I need to check with my doctor as to whether I’m more at risk if I get the booster or miss it. Had both earlier shots, plus some immunity now from having the case of breakthrough COVID, and I’ve heard for some, the booster can be tricky. But you hear such mixed messages about all of it, it’s hard to know what to believe. I trust my doctor. She’ll let me know what I should do, and I’ll do it! 😊

      And I hope you have no side effects from yours and are feeling great, and are now well protected! πŸ€—

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      • Had a headache yesterday and a sore arm but nothing else – heck of a lot better than even a mild case of Covid (as you know 😦 ) Good idea to ask your doctor! ❀

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        • So glad you didn’t have a bad reaction to the booster. That’s encouraging me even more. Will be contacting my doctor today to see if she thinks getting it is the thing to do. (I suspect she will.)
          And yes, even a mild case of COVID managed to disrupt my life completely for four weeks and has left a lingering lack of energy that I really don’t like. BUT, compared to what it would have been without the vaccine, I’m feeling pretty grateful, just the same. πŸ˜€ ❀

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