Some things just don’t belong there.

2019-3-20 My Shoulder (1)There is something growing in my shoulder that doesn’t belong there.  I finally went to a doctor this week and had these x-rays taken.  When he saw them, he said, “you have the mother of all mother’s calcium deposit growing in your shoulder!”  No wonder it’s been aching for the last couple of years.  I’ve tried wearing my arm in a sling this last month to see if that would help some unknown problem heal.  It didn’t.  Now I know.  I’m so happy it’s an easy problem to solve.  The intruder will be removed in a couple of weeks in a simple out-patient arthroscopic surgery.  The doctor said it will only take 15-20 minutes to remove it.  Then my shoulder will be back to normal.2019-3-20 My Shoulder (2)I’m grateful for those who make it possible to see what we can’t see on our own.  Sometimes we just see things from the wrong angle, or from the outside instead of the inside.  And sometimes we just need a little help to set things right again.

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