Today is Sunday time to look back in the rearview mirror and talk about my week . I am linking up to the Sunday Post hosted for years by Kimberly@caffeinatedreviewer .

Also as it’s the first weekend of December, I will post my November wrap-up.

In my private life

Well it’s homeworking every day as COVID cases are exploding!

The nice change compared to same time last year is that we are not in lockdown but we have to be careful and follow rules.

Probably because a majority of people are vaccinated and, when they do are infected, develop mild symptoms.

What’s a huge debate though is that our ICUs and hospitals are filled with non vaccinated people having COVID. And as a consequence, some vital surgeries for vaccinated people have to be postponed, endangering their lives.

People become downright nasty in some circle when seeing that.

My town’s hospitals even wrote a letter to our goverment suggesting that we give priority to vaccinated people in hospitals as it’s not fair that their lives are endangered because some refuse the vaccine.

Sigh.

That being said, I had a blood test to check my sugar level, cholesterol, iron etc. A full check up. I asked to measure my COVID antibodies linked to the two vaccines I had.

Everything is perfect and…more than 5,5 months after my second jab I have the maximum level of antibodies. Full protection still!

That’s a relief, even if I do intend to still be careful.

Now to end on another note, here are what I hope one funny reel that I did this past week (you’ll see that customs do hate me!).

November wrap-up (click on the graphic to read the post)

November has been an incredible month quantity wise as I have read 14 books!!! It’s been years since this happened last.

I have three favorites

https://bewareofthereader.com/i-never-read-companion-novellas-but-these-two-blew-me-away-sunreach-and-redawn-by-brandon-sanderson/
https://bewareofthereader.com/finley-donovan-is-killing-it-by-elle-cosimano-was-a-pure-delight-2021audiobookchallenge-review/

That’s it! Now I’ll go reply to likes and comments!

Thanks for reading.

Sophie

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25 Comments

  1. Sorry to hear Covid cases are on the rise again. It’s frustrating when our hospitals (because it’s happening here too) are completely overwhelmed with treating the unvaccinated and those who are vaccinated may suffer for it. How is that fair? Someone refuses to get the vaccine but now health care workers are supposed to risk their lives to save you? It’s so twisted. But hooray for your antibodies still being so high! That’s encouraging!

  2. The situation has indeed been awful – it feels like it’s becoming a fight between vaccinated and not-vaccinated people and people are indeed getting quite nasty. Glad to hear about your antibodies though, that’s good news! And love your reels 🙂

  3. Yay for antibodies! That’s wonderful news! And 14 books is amazing, I’m hoping to get close to that number this month, fingers crossed!

  4. That’s cool about the antibodies. I’m trying to figure out when I should get a booster. I don’t know if I should get it as soon as I’m eligible, or if I should wait until my work season starts again. I’m barely leaving the house these days.

  5. Glad to hear your antibodies are at the top of the charts, Sophie, but sorry to hear about your hospitals being full of unvaccinated patients. And 14 books – I’d love to have a month like that! Sure would help my NG shelf.

  6. Glad you can work from home and that is good news on the antibodies. My hubby is planning to get his checked too. I had a mild case of Covid in May after we were vaccinated in January/February but hubby tested negative.
    14 books in a month is really good! I hope your mail gets through. I plan to read more Sanderson too.
    Have a good week. Stay healthy and Happy Reading!

  7. Not that I don’t think all people should be vaccinated, but I think the sickest people should still get priority. I envy all who are work from home. I miss those days. I am worn out at the end of each week and would love the 17.5 hours back that I lose to my commute. Such is life.

  8. So happy that you’re able to work from home. That’s great that your antibodies are still so strong! I got my booster on Thursday, but I had my second dose in January so I needed it!

  9. The Covid situation right now is just the worst. There was a little girl on the news recently who has been having seizures who’s operation had to be pushed back. It was so sad to see her and her parents like that. 🙁

  10. That’s awesome about the antibodies! And yeah we’re having that debate here too about the vacced vs the unvaccinated. Sigh is right! I’m glad you’re able to work from home though. Any protection is good protection!

    Be well this week Sophie!