i have to call my doctor's to book a vaccine because they never sent me an email/text/letter like they did my mum when she became eligable for one but the NHS has and so my anxiety is freaking out
i hate phone calls so much, and i could book one through the NHS gov site and not have to talk on the phone, but the closest vaccination place is in Brighton and I have no way to get there by myself excpet the train and, uh, no thanks and my GPs does vaccines (or at least they did in may)
and i want to get the vaccine... but also the idea of calling someone to book an appointment for someone to stab me with a needle is like 2 of my phobias in one...
i hate needles so much omg but vaccinations are important
Steve Rogers- what is one thing people say that you genuinely have never understood?
Doctor Strange- are you career or love driven?
Steve Rogers: I answered that one but there are a lot of things I don't really understand. Like the superstition about broken mirrors. I don't understand why it's bad. Why? All I know is that it's supposed to bring you bad luck but why? What's the story behind it?
Doctor Srange: Definitely love driven!
Mcu ask game
AMELIA 'MOLLY' HIATT ( SHE/HER ) is a CIS WOMAN, FORTY-TWO year old LIBRARIAN who has been living in Moorbrooke for TWO MONTHS. They were born on DECEMBER 6th and right now, they are currently residing in MAPLE COURT. It has been said that they look suspiciously like SUTTON FOSTER and if they had to choose a song to describe themselves, they would choose HAPPINESS by TAYLOR SWIFT.
Name: Amelia Hiatt
Face Claim: Sutton Foster
Date/Place of Birth: December 6 / Nashville, TN
Currently: Maple Court, Moorbrooke, Maine
Pets: One polydactyl, orange tabby cat named Beatrix
formal about me coming! buuttt here’s a run down...
tw: infidelity // cheating
Molly is new to Maine, fresh from New York City, and is a librarian, an aspiring playwright, and former community theatre actress. She’s also recently divorced from a husband of ten years.
Molly is a sweet, dedicated, hard-headed, and hard-working woman. Her friends joke that she never stops and will always ask when she could pencil them in for some time together. Prior to moving to the city, when she wasn’t at work she was working on a show of some sort in the local community theatre - oh and she was also attempting to write a play but things aren’t going so well on that front right now. Her husband was her muse and now that’s gone and she wants nothing to do with him so.. she’s sort of stuck. Instead, she’s burying her head in books and spending far too much time at work, especially now that she gets to explore a new job.
Her marriage with her husband was seemingly perfect. He’s a writer, a published author, a published author of a book he dedicated to his wife, so that’s been a nice thought.. knowing she’s forever mentioned as being the inspiration for his book. She’s still grappling with that and dealing with this massive change in her life - an unexpected change that inspired her to move from the Big Apple. Roger was everything to Molly, she loved their little life together, a life that was filled with get-togethers, shows, adventuring, writing, sharing muses, and everything in between. She loved their little life together until she realized he had been seeing someone else behind her back, claiming that she had become so obsessed with her work that she wasn’t paying any attention to him, they didn’t have enough time together and he just couldn’t help what he did (*cue Nobody Needs To Know*). So it’s safe to say Molly is still in recovery from this divorce, and is, you guessed it, throwing herself into her work.