I have made a remarkable discovery!

Back story:  a section of my left thigh has been sorely aching for some weeks now.

The discovery: when I raise my leg to rest my foot on the chair rung, as I so often do,
that part of my thigh gets pressed against the table leg.

Ha Ha !!  I can stop having random thoughts about bone cancer....


  1. Lordy, thank goodness!
    I'm not the only one who does things like

  2. Delores; I spent many hours trying to work out where and when I'd bumped my leg and on what...

    Jayne; you too? that's a relief, I thought I was the only one.

  3. I can tell you are relieved! As am I xx

  4. My best friend and I have an ongoing joke whenever we have some unknown something. We go, "I think I have... cancer. Pneumonia. I'm having a coronary. A stroke."

    Why? Because we realized we each have been doing that exact thing you do inside for years.

    I just came here because you were referenced in several blogs I follow. Now I know why!

  5. Why are we programmed to think the worst?? I don't know how many 'scares' I've had ... but the good thing is the sense of relief when you realise your fears are unfounded!!

  6. Farmer's Wifey; very much relieved! of course now I have to relearn that habit of resting my foot on the chair...

    JeanetteLS; welcome to drifting. everybody does this don't they? a cough is lung cancer, a headache is a brain tumor...silly aren't we?

    Red Nomad; you've answered your own question. We imagine the worst so that we can experience the relief.

  7. Another club I have joined. Every ache and pain is terminal.... V. v. silly. So pleased to hear other people suffer from this failing too.

  8. EC; in spite of each of us being unique, we're all very similar too.


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