Cheryl; Just settle down, and follow Matts advice. When you go shooting, take the boresnake and the solvent with you. If the rounds dont slide right into the chambers when you reload, get the boresnake out and give the chambers and the barrel a couple of passes. Some 22LR revolvers have a habit of getting fouling in the chambers, and its the fouling from the previous rounds that normally cause the problem. With a clean gun, just start shooting and keep track of how many rounds you shoot, before the cartridges start "not wanting to go" into the chambers. If cleaning the chambers solves the problem...then every "so many rounds" you will know to run the boresnake through the chambers. I do not use a boresnake, but I do carry my cleaning and tool kit with me whenever I go shooting, and regardless of what I am shooting. My Smith Model 18 needs to have the chambers cleaned about every 40 rounds or so....and as long as I do that, I have no problems. Good Luck!
"You should not use a rifle that will kill an animal when everything goes right; you should use one that will do the job when everything goes wrong." -Bob Hagel