It’s the Kielbasa Kid…

so  the Johnson and Johnson vaccine has given new meaning to the term one and done after 6 out of 6.8 million people suffered blood clots with one dying and another in critical condition. Meanwhile the side effects all 3 share are flu like symptoms with headache, fever and chills. But now comes word of another side effect, dreams. Some people are reportedly having weird dreams that include space travel. Flying to the moon and planting a flag on the Moon and even going out to McDonald’s with Abraham Lincoln for a Big Mac, on the moon! Why not? Doctors say the unusual dreams are temporary but you know I really wouldn’t be able to say because my dreams are always weird. It’s gotten to a point where I will have a re occurring dream and realize I’m having a re occurring dream and try not to make the same mistake in the dream but always do. It never fails I’m always without a car and I have to figure out which is the safest route to walk home from downtown Pittsburgh. Then while I’m walking this silver furry spider the size of a Chihuahua want’s to play with me but I want nothing to do with it. Then all of a sudden I’m in a car driving and no matter where I turn I always seem to be going down the wrong road. Or in some cases up the wrong road that is always very steep like at a 90 degree angel and the further up I go the guard rails seem to disappear and the next thing you know I’m driving too fast to make the upcoming turn which I don’t make and find myself leaving the roadway only to be suspended in mid air before returning to the road or I suddenly wake up. Or I know that I’m dreaming but my dream wont let me wake up no matter how many times I say to myself it’s a dream…wake up! Sometimes the alarm clock rings but I’m still in my dream. It’s no wonder I start yawning around midday, I’ve been too busy dreaming all night to sleep. So if having weird dreams is the worse that happens when I get my second shot then bring it on. My luck I’ll probably dream of having flu like symptoms and wake up in a cold sweat.