The other day I was eating lunch at my dining table when I heard a loud noise across from where I sat.
Ivy was messing around on my desk. She jumped like she’d been shot when she managed to turn on the printer and send paper shooting out.
After the paper came out, she was curious as to what happened, so she sniffed and pawed at the printer in consternation.
Ivy is always doing something funny and she brings me tons of laughs.
I got my second COVID-19 vaccination a week ago last Thursday. Suddenly the skin on the outside of my left leg started to go numb within a day or so. I had the vaccination in my left arm, so figured maybe it had something to do with it.
But it’s been 9 days now and this isn’t going away. So maybe it’s something else entirely.
In fact it just kind of “buzzes” all the time if you know what I mean. Just this funny weird nerve-like feeling.
If my leg there itches and I scratch it, I can’t get to the itch. It’s like a thick piece of plastic has been put there and I can’t reach the itch.
It goes from the top of my left leg down to around my knee and somewhat on the front of my leg. I cannot figure out what this is. It is just the strangest sensation.
Anyone have a clue?