Now that the Holidays are put away, I've had some time in the evenings to start stitching again while I'm watching TV. I just finished the HBO mini-series John Adams...anyone else seen it?? A.Mazing. Anyway, I forgot how much I enjoyed stitching and how it helped me relax. I love to see all the floss bobbins all organized by color and the feeling of accomplishment when I complete a project. This January pattern is from Buttermilk Basin.
And about a year ago, I stated having problems with my left shoulder that got so bad that I actually had to stop running. After we moved here in July, I had them take x-rays to see if there was anything wrong that they could see on film. But when they didn't call back, I didn't think they found anything. So being the trusting dummy that I am, I let it go. But it didn't get any better. So when I was in for a quick visit last Friday, I asked my real doctor to look at the films again. When he came back in the room, he told me that he wasn't surprised I was in pain...I had a huge calcium deposit on one of the tendons in my shoulder. Hmm. Still wondering why I never got a call...Anyway, I went to my first physical therapy appointment today and they started ultrasound therapy hoping to break up the deposit so that hopefully, life will be a little less painful for me.
An answer to a prayer, my friends.