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I'm just happy that our Lord heard my prayer to have a good day on the 18th

On February 18th-Thursday when I had a blood draw. In there we saw my mother’s ex-co worker from Target. Fortunately she was the one who helped me. My mother then asked if they’re doing a vaccination because she’s 65. Luckily they’re doing a vaccination the same day but we took the 2:45pm schedule because mom and I are going to Costco. When the nurse called me, I looked at mom on the front desk showing her ID and her insurance card from Cal Worx. We went to Costco with Mang Job driving us because we’re paying him to be like our personal taxi. We were at Costco, reminiscing the time when I was with my ex-fiance. I was using the scooter of course so I can go around not exhausted. We bought Mang Job a chicken then we went home to drop me off then they went to mom’s hair dresser at Mission. It’s still too early for mom to go to her vaccination so Mang Job spoke to her that he would take mom home first then pick her up at 2:15pm. I placed some of our things out in the garage and was very tired. He came at 2:15 but as I looked at the time it was already 2:17pm so they left to go to North county. Mom came home and told me she needs to go back on March 18, 2021. I thanked our Lord. Type of Poem: Narrative Date written: Feb. 22, 2021

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