Good morning my injured, and Healing community! I must say that this poor right leg of mine has seen much brighter days than this past week has shown it. My poor leg has been sliced, dissected, stitched up, pulled on, swollen, and now just left to rest until its better! I’ve decided to write about this leg because his story should be placed in manuscript for the masses. This leg will be the great sacrifice like Jesus left his story for the world…… ……….. OK, back to reality! Never on that level! These post are just for reading this has been a wild week! My mind playing tricks on me….
I say this because I can be resting my leg and all of a sudden I can feel the sensation of blood trickling down to my ankle! But honestly I cant say that it is or isn’t so I begin to get paranoid! This sensation is the greatest after I get up to use the bathroom, or get off of my crutches, but then when I’m back resting here comes that sensation. I tell myself that it’s just my blood moving back n forth so I don’t freak out! But I had a crazy dream last night “No Meds” assisted, I barely take them anymore.. I was at my first appointment with the doctor, and he was just opening the cast and when he got to the wound it was still open, infected, and just blood all in my cast! It looked like my leg had been microwaved or something! And all he said to me was “Rest, elevate the wound, and take these antibiotics”, I was like is my damn leg gonna fall off! Then I woke up and had to fix lunches for my little girls for school.
I don’t know if this dream was caused by the horrible movie I saw this past week, The Great and Powerful OZ! It sucked so badly that I thought this may have been my reason for the dillussions! I’m just wanting to ask others do they feel pain on the ankle bone on the outside? I’m wondering that my leg is just rubbing against the cast and it’s just burning because of that friction. But, sweet baby Jesus, it feels like wildfire in my cast right on my ball of my ankle. I
Other than that my injured, healing, community of elders and young Bucks! I have been blessed with a lot of motivation from friends and family, and my new “Ruptured Achilles Tendon” Crew, for short I call us the R.A.T. Pack! Well I hope you all are feeling better, and are in good spirits because I won’t let you stay there for long. We all have lives to bounce right back into, and while we may be down we aren’t down forever! Have a blessed day to all, and let me know if you think it was the horrible movie that’s got to me, or if you all ever had that feeling also of blood trickling down your wound, and resting on your ankle nesting infectious toxins and bacteria near the insertion… That sounds a tad bit nasty but sorry for the adjectives and descriptive review just getting ready to go back to Police Academy school soon… Stay blessed RAT PACK!