We got up and had some breakfast together and then very quickly got ready and walked all the way down to the convention centre to get our first vaccine!
We got there and entered, to then swap out our masks with a medical one and queue for about 10 minutes.
We then had to prove we had an appointment and check in, before being put into another queue to get the vaccine.
As always, Curtis was likely going to faint, so when we were directed to the person vaccinating us, Curtis let them know and they took him to the first aid area which had beds! He got to lay down whilst they vaccinated him! He then had no issues what do ever and didn’t faint! This was great.
Kim got her vaccine and then we had to wait for 15 minutes after.
We left and both felt great, with relief that we’re yet another step closer to ‘normal’.
We grabbed a coffee on the walk home and then both did work.
After getting back home, Curtis got right into doing some work.
He had a few messages to answer from people as well as some tickets.
Curtis had to deal with a security issue which has been on the radar for a bit of time now, so he did that for a lot of the day.
He had a 1 on 1 and then finished the day with some project work, some admin and more tickets.
When she got back Kim joined a meeting halfway through and joined in. It was so interesting and she was so sad to have missed the first half. She then joined the weekly recruitment meeting and then had a great check in with one of her teammates.
Towards the end of the day Kim supported a team with their RACI and started to work out where responsibilities lie within the team. Then she joined a meeting with another team to discuss their hiring and next steps.
To finish the day Kim had an end of day check in with her managers and then another quick check in with a couple of department heads to make a couple of hiring decisions.
We went out to get pizza from our favourite pizza place once Kim was done with work.
We got our favourite pizza as a celebration for getting our vaccine! We ate this whilst we chilled out and watched some TV. We did absolutely nothing for the evening and we hope that we don’t get any vaccine side effects tonight or tomorrow!
Mr And Mrs Hale