Monday, July 30, 2012
Hi everyone, it's been a week since I went through the dreaded manipulation procedure. Looking back at my last post made me realize how scared and anxious I was about the whole thing. It wasn't as bad in reality. I got right back into physical therapy the next morning, and have been there practically everyday since. There is some improvement, and some discomfort, too. My therapist says that it's a "night and day difference". I can't thank you enough for all of the comments wishing me well. I am also grateful for the emails. It was so comforting to know that others have been through this, and are now feeling fine. I had no idea that a frozen shoulder was so common.
I did manage to get a piece finished. This design from my pal, Paulette makes me laugh. I love the girl standing on her head! I used Days Gone By linen with the suggested thread. I did make a minor change. I changed the cat to a Boston Terrier. Scarlett insisted! We recently bought a bigger motor home, and I knew this would be perfect hanging in the kitchen area. I have always wanted to stitch My Hometown from CHS, so I think that I'll start that next. It will hang in the RV, too. I'll have two new original designs coming out in August or Sept., then I'll tackle another reproduction.