What a relief it is! I have had hip muscle pain, due to hip replacement, that just would not go away with exercise/ therapy but would make exercise painful to do. I was told I may have to live with it. Having used PMF the muscle finally relaxed. I am able to lift my leg in exercises, walk up hill and go up and down the stairs without it acting up. It has been about two months and staying well. Its been a blessing. Thank you Diane & Mike for encouraging me to stick with it. If you are in pain, give PMF a try, better than taking pills.
Okay, this is my second comment here, but I just have to tell you about acorns for decorating. A few years back Martha Stewart was decorating her table for fall using acorns. Since I have them by the truck loads, I did the same before having guests for dinner. The night before, I decorated my table with candles, gourds etc and used lots of acorns. The next evening while setting the table, I saw what appeared to be rice on my decorations, lots of it. It was small worms that had come out of the acorns!!! Upon closer inspection, close to where the caps attached, most of the acorns had a very small hole in them. WORM HOLES!!!! So, ladies, check your nuts for worms before bringing them into your homes! 😉 It is creepy to have this happen on your table where you eat. Thank God I saw it before anyone showed up!
When it comes to talk of “collusion,” Carrie Cordero , attorney, adjunct professor at Georgetown Law, and former counsel to the assistant attorney general for national security, notes that it’s important to “distinguish between the political and the legal discussion.” The term itself will continue to get tossed around, but it’s good to know that it doesn’t have any specific legal meaning. There is no law that says Trump’s senior staff can’t work with Russians. For there to be repercussions, there must be evidence that they worked together to commit a specific crime, aided one another in committing a specific crime, or helped each other cover up a specific crime. For now, we’ll have to let the investigation run its course and see what turns up.