I went to Walgreens and got my flu shot today and was somewhat amazed at how painless it was. Now flu shots are never painful at all usually nothing more than the tiniest of sticks which comes and goes in a split second, but this was different I felt absolutely nothing, I literally did not realize I had the shot.
I only had a quick look at the syringe but from what I could see instead of looking kind of long and skinny, which is what I've normally seen, the syringe was sorta short and fat. I don't know if that had anything to do with the total lack of pain I felt taking the shot, and you would think the needle would have more to do with it than the syringe itself, but whatever it was I liked it and would sure like to see more short fat syringes in use.
I just found another use for the little Bronco camper. My storage room where I keep all the stuff that I didn't get rid of when I sold my house is about an 80 mile drive from Denver, and usually I would go to my storage room when I get here in the spring, and get a few things that I don't travel with in the winter but I like to have around in the summer, and then take them back to the storage room before I leave in the fall.
But this time I'm putting those things in the little Bronco camper which is sitting about 50 feet from the Arctic Fox so not only do I not have to go by my storage room to drop these things off, they will already be here when I get back in the spring, that saves me a lot of hassle.
It was also quite common for me to forget to take something out of the Arctic Fox when I took stuff to the storage room and not know it till three days later when I'm somewhere in New Mexico. But with the little Bronco sitting in the yard I can put things in it at my leisure, and there's far less chance I will forget something.