I don't have too much to write about because I really haven't been doing anything too exciting, apart from the odd snatched moments where I've felt like picking up needle and thread. Surprisingly though, the days just seem to fly by and thankfully, boredom seems to have eluded me.
I'm plugging away on my redrawn Down in the Garden quilt by Leanne Beasley.
I think I have an additional four blocks to complete after the one I'm working on and hopefully by that time I'll have been given the green light to be able to put full weight on my operated hip/leg so I can once again climb the stairs to my sewing studio and start to cut and assemble the patchwork blocks. It's been about seven weeks since I've been up there and I can just imagine the parties that the dust bunnies have been enjoying!
I think we've had as much snow in the last two weeks as we've had in the four years that we've lived in Nova Scotia!
I'm scheduled to see the orthopaedic surgeon this coming Tuesday which will mark six weeks since my surgery. Hopefully the roads will be cleared enough by then as we are expecting two more snowstorms, one this Friday and the other on Sunday or Monday. His offices and the hospital are seventy long miles away.
I feel like I am getting stronger with each passing day and am sooooo looking forward to being self sufficient once again.
Thank you all for your thoughts, prayers and good wishes as I continue down the road to recovery.