*Currently thinking* "Don't cross your legs, move your arms, stomp your feet, don't be afraid to stand up,- your professor knows what you are going through, sit straight, feet flat on the floor..." Please Lord don't let my professor find my blog. I'm currently sitting in class writing this post because I'm scared out of my mind and body.
For the past couple of days I have felt a tingling feeling in my fingers and toes on the right side of my body. Anemia, diabetes, poor blood circulation, lack of B12, or am I just freezing? I don't know but the hypochondriac/cautious side of me is sitting here with thoughts running through my mind. If you are new to Don't Die Afraid, let me fill you in- my faith is as strong as an engine. I don't think I'm going to die (because I haven't impacted this world like I want to yet) but I'm living in a state in which I don't have health insurance. Thank God, I can get discounted services through my school.
Recently I've been leading a heavily sedentary lifestyle- between writing papers for five hours straight or blog posts for three hours. I haven't been physically active. Learn from what might be my mistake, get up off your butt and start moving. Hopefully my appointment tomorrow with a doctor will lead to some clarity because I don't do well with my body being an enigma.
If you pray, please keep me in your prayers.
P.S. This has been the quickest blog post to write because the emotion is flowing from my fingertips. See y'all fear puts a fire under you. Always use each obstacle as a stepping stone to success.