Why Lemony?
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June 23, 2004

Is it just me or

...do your joints ache suddenly and painfully when you're afraid you or your child is going to fall off something high up or when you see someone's really gross injury? Is that what people mean by 'going weak in the knees'?

...does the rhythm of the gas pumping machine as it goes clickilty clickity make you tap your toes or bob your head or even boogie down to make your kids laugh while they're stuck in the car?

I was just wondering.

Posted by Bahiyyih at June 23, 2004 02:43 PM

(oh definitely! I am trained in first aid and CPR and have dealt with some interesting situations with no problem and yet I still get that all over achy feeling anytime I think something bad has happened or is about to happen!)


(I find myself dancing or moving to all kinds of beats... turn signals, distant music, someone tapping out a beat or singing, etc!!)

Posted by: Heather at June 24, 2004 02:20 PM

Its not natural if you don't at least cringe at the sight of an injury or have your heart beat a little faster when you think someone might get hurt.
Beats of any kind definitely equal dancing, especially when you can add to the joy of someone elses day. :-D

Posted by: Katy at June 24, 2004 10:42 PM

Achy joints: from the time I was a little kid, I always felt that "fear of injury" pain in my ankles. Who knows why. But it's sudden and intense. As for clickity clickity, I'm groovin' right now to the sound of the keys as I'm typing, so that's a big uh-huh for me. It's definitely not just you!

Posted by: Amy Eades at June 27, 2004 02:26 AM