Blisters on my feet

Blisters on my feet

I always thought fire walking was a scam.  I believed there was some trick to it.

Last night, I walked on hot coals.. 10 feet.   I watched them fire up the briquettes, roast them for a half hour and shovel them on the grass right before I walked across then.  They were flaming red hot.

It was scary. I am usually not worried at all.. this one was a knee shaker.

I did feel it.  I have two blisters on my feet to prove I did it.

I’m not sure why it works.  Why I don’t have 3rd degree burns.

I’ll post a picture once I figure out how to do that in wordpress.   Fun.

is the guy who facilitated it.  I like the guy as a person- he lectured a wee bit to much for my taste.. when we finally got to the firewalk it was a blast.

  • Trisha
    Posted at 14:04h, 01 November

    To add a picture in WordPress: Down toward the bottom of your page you will see an area the offers 2 options: Upload and Browse All. Make sure Upload is selected and click Browse to locate your picture. Once your picture is uploaded, you can find the URL of the image by choosing Edit. Copy the URL. Next, put your cursor on the line inside your text where you want your picture. Press the image button at the top of the page that looks like a picture of a tree. You will need to Paste your URL of the picture, a short description, I usually either choose left or right (justification of the image) and first see the dimensions of the picture I originally uploaded. If the picture is too large, I will deduct the dimensions by 50 first and go from there. You may also want to add a border of 10. Good luck and I can’t wait to see your picture!!

  • Christina Harbridge-Law
    Posted at 07:04h, 29 November

    I am such a point and click chick. I wish this was easier. Thank you though.. it worked!!

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