In order to "get my steps in" I walked 3 miles to get my 2nd vaccine dose today. It was nice out, and I was a little warm when I got there. They hit me with the thermometer and for a moment I was concerned they wouldn't let me in! When I explained that I'd walked there in the sunshine, they measured again and let me in.
My arm didn't get sore until the day after the first dose, the soreness was almost immediate with this one. I've read that the 2nd dose often doesn't go as smoothly as the first, so I'm prepared to take some DayQuil to get me through work tomorrow.
And yes, I know that I won't be completely 'rona-safe for two weeks, but as a friend pointed out to me, my chances of dying from the 'rona have now gone from next to zero down to zero!
My sister told me today that it looks like her trip to Iceland is on, as they're accepting tourists who have been vaccinated! I also read that Greece is opening up to tourism this summer, but I haven't read yet that Americans will be allowed (you know, that whole Schengen issue). Perhaps Mykonos, Santorini, or Crete are calling my name. What'cha gonna do, Canada?
Update: I guess I have my answer about Canada--rather, the part of Canada I'm concerned about.