Tingle Jingle

I’m still having trouble feeling the fingers on my right hand.

They’re better than they were last week; I’m no longer finger painting, but instead can feel tingls, needles in my hands instead of where they normally are in my feet and legs.

My right shoulder is still convulsing. It’s as if it’s having a breakdown of some sort underneath my skin; may-hap it had a fight with my shoulder bone? Maybe my body is rejecting the muscles that are there as inferior?

The pain is less intense now but I think that is because I’ve gotten used to it. I’ve adapted to the pain, dulled it out, become numb to it. I’m almost positive of this because, if there was no pain, wouldn’t I be able to feel my fingers?

The tips are numb and feel jingley, tingley; needles in my fingers taking samples of blood, maybe, or perhaps they are ghost fingers, phantom fingers that reside somewhere else than my physical body?

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Jamieson an award winning, number-one bestselling author. He writes in many different genres. Learn more at www.jamiesonwolf.com
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