Someone in our family is the grammar police. He corrects us every time we use bad grammar.
One thing he taught us is, contrary to popular belief, you say I feel GOOD, not I feel well. Well has to do with an active thing. So the other day, I tricked him.
We were eating dinner when I said, "I feel well today."
He said his usual thing. "NO! You feel GOOD!"
But I had my retort ready to go.
"No, I mean my hands aren't numb today. I can actually feel! It's like the sense is much more acute then it was before..."