Dancing Glances

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I’m experiencing glancing pain all over my body with intermittent aches. It’s such a strange feeling, thought I’d try to describe it.

There is a burning type of pain, some muscle aches and spasms, and stingers. They travel, lighting up different areas very quickly.

First a pain on top of my left ankle, an ache in my right thigh, sharp pain in my head, aching left knee and big toe, ache in low back, tight pain left temple, ache right hip, pause.

Muscle spasm left thigh, pain right top of neck, spasm top of right thigh, ache left jaw, ache in left wrist, continued spasms top of both thighs, pain in low left ribcage. Pause

Ache left temple, spasm right foot, pain in sternum, pause.

twitching in both legs, ache back left head, cramp lower left back, cramp left hip, pain side of nose, abdominal cramping and pain at lower ribcage both sides, pain side of right foot and left shin, pain at both hip pointers, sting on left ankle, ache left hip, pain left wrist, right shoulder. Right elbow

Gotta stop typing. The pains move around as fast as I can type them and the pauses are less than a minute. I’m not constantly experiencing these little pain lightning storms. One of the ways my body gets pain wired crossed. Ok, gotta stop. Shoulder hurts.

Published by Sara Z

Writing is one of my passions. Most blog entries are relatively short articles regarding a wide variety of topics. I'm a middle-aged wife and mother of two adult sons. I've been a teacher, counselor, medical transcriptionist, student teacher supervisor, substitute teacher and retail clerk. Staying home now due to fibromyalgia. Seeking purpose.

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