Prayer Request (Me)

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I haven’t really fallen down the stairs; it just feels like it. I haven’t been in any collisions, either. Nevertheless, my right leg is all cramps and crimps from hip to ankle and I haven’t been to a doctor because they really can’t do much for soft tissue injuries. And I don’t want to be put on the Enemies Of The People list for not having had the you-know-what.

Anyway, I’m getting tired of this and I’d appreciate your prayers for me. Really I would.

25 comments on “Prayer Request (Me)

    1. Thanks, Joshua. I think it’s a pinched nerve. I’ve had them before. They come to you for no apparent reason and depart just as mysteriously.

  1. I did pray for you earlier, but then got side-tracked (which happens to me all the time), and now, I will sit down and pray more for you.

  2. I don’t want to sound alarmist, but do you think you should be tested for blood clots? Go ahead and argue with them about the you-know-what and quote them the Nuremberg Code if they won’t treat you without it. I get into these arguments all the time. The worst they can do is try to hold you down to jab you — and then you can give them one of your martial arts throws, which might even loosen up the crimps and cramps in your leg. (A little sardonic humor there.) Anyway, I’m definitely praying for you.

  3. Praying! Another option would be to see a physical therapist. Sometimes they can take care of this kind of thing.

    1. I think it’s a pinched nerve. I’ve had them before. They come on unaccountably, and they depart just as unaccountably. Although the one I had in my neck, many years ago, came back several times.

  4. If you were to end up seeing a medical professional, and they pressured you regarding the COVID 19 “vaccine”, I would suggest responding by saying “when there is an FDA approved vaccine for this, I’ll consider it”. It is a violation of international law to force an experimental treatment upon anyone.

    1. When I got into this argument with my doctor recently, she didn’t listen either. And by the time we finished arguing about the experimental drug — and about covid itself — somehow we never got around to reviewing my blood pressure medication, which is what I’d come in for in the first place, as well as some other health concerns I’d said I wanted to discuss. The office didn’t forget to send me the bill for the visit, though.

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