Ehhhhh (that is my attempt at writing a buzzing feeling)! Ehhhhhhhh! Ehhhhhhh! (pause) Ehhhh! Eh. EHHHHHH!
Nope. Not my pulse. Unless, of course, I have an erratic heartbeat that I've never noticed before.
I stood. Ehhhhhhh! I walked. I didn't feel it when I was walking. I stopped. Ehhhhhhh! "What the heck is that?" I was annoyed.
By the time I laid down to work on my Bible study and then fall into blissful and much needed sleep I was beside myself. As long as I kept my foot moving it didn't buzz. Or, at least, I couldn't feel it. When Troy came up I was almost in tears. "It doesn't hurt," I told him, "but it is SO annoying. I'm never going to be able to fall asleep." As I laid there I began to wonder if I would ever sleep again. And then...it stopped. I slept. I woke up. I thought about my foot. No obnoxious buzzing. I stood up. Nothing. I walked into the bathroom.
And it's been intermittently doing it all. day. long.
One thing is for certain. It is not a twitch. I googled "buzzing foot" and "vibrating foot". I might have a neurological disorder, specifically MS. I might have something wrong with my sciatica. I
And now, not only is my foot vibrating which is just, well, high times, I also can't stop singing, "Foot, foot, foot, foot vibrations." It's an added bonus, really.
So, give me your best guess. Why, in the world, is my foot vibrating?