Something very odd is going on with me.
Last Monday (the 5th of May) I was sitting in a meeting and I noticed that my right leg was feeling very warm. Not the whole leg, just the “shin” part of the lower leg. I thought it might have been the heating in the place I was sitting, and thought no more about it.
Since then, the “warm” feeling has appeared several times a day, always in exactly the same spot. I’ve tried feeling the actual leg and it isn’t any different in temperature to any other place. I don’t think it is actually warm.
So I google the search term warm leg and I find this thread on some health forum. A lack of Vitamin B due to stress seems like it could be what is going on, especially as it began right in the middle of a very stressful meeting after a few stressful days. I’ll up my vitamin intake and see if that solves it.
I recently saw the Heath Ledger film “Candy” which is the story of two heroin junkies. I’m so glad I never did drugs myself after watching it. That kind of crazy I can do without. Heath was amazing in the film, a truly incredible performance. It’s an Aussie film so you might not have had a chance to catch it.
Speaking of Aussie Films, why do they have to be outright insane(Candy), downright depressing (Jindabyne), or involve Abba in some way? (Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, Muriel’s Wedding). Can we not have a normal type of film? A standard “RomCom” as they call them these days? Maybe it is just me – maybe I don’t see enough Aussie film.
And this most recent Thursday (8th of May) I mourned the passing of the second series of Dexter. The final episode of the second season aired here in Australia and wow, it was a stunner. If you have not seen Dexter at all, may I recommend you do see it, as soon as you can. Michael C Hall is just incredible. So now Thursday is just another day of the week instead of Dexter Day.
I’ll be back later this week with some special pics for ya’all. ;) But for now, enjoy this clip of Michael C Hall which has been playing on Showcase for the last couple of months. I love this ad!