Sunday, October 28, 2012

Why I'm not friend the electric chair

Yes I have a friend, the electric chair. Nooooooo, not THAT one;

this one! Except this one has about 300 times more padding than the one I have.

The chair part of mine looks more like this with a 1/4" pad on it. Uncomfortable for sure!

It is all part of the ongoing rehab of my shoulder. Here I sit for 4-6 hours each day, along with three times a week for physical therapy as well as the home program exercises I have to do. It is taking up way too much of my time. I have things to do.

I have stitched a tiny bit, don't tell the physical therapist, she will have a fit. It is not the best smocking I have ever done but you can tell what it is so I will call it successful. Baby boy's birthday is fast approaching. I am hoping to get this done and in the mail this week. Wish me luck since his sister's birthday box never made it there.

I hope you are taking the time to stitch faithful reader.


  1. Is this the manipulation you mentioned at convention? Sounds more like torture LOL. Hope it helps and you are back to normal soon.

  2. Hang in there! I'm dealing with my own health restoration program and they can be trying. We all have lives to live and treatment just seems to get in the way!

  3. Prayihg for a speedy recovery... or at least time to squeeze in some stitching... that IS therapy! Lil horses look awesome by the way!

  4. It sounds very trying and frustrating! I am so sorry.

  5. Oh I feel your pain! Prayers for your recovery to speed up and be done!

  6. That will be a darling outfit for baby Hank! I hope your shoulder is regaining its ROM well! (((HUGS)))

  7. Will definitely wish you luck that the box arrives! There is still a box I sent to Italy a few years back that just might be floating around out there somewhere. It for sure didn't make it to its destination.

    Be careful and don't overdo!

  8. Ouch! I didn't know you were suffering so, Martha. Hope all is better soon. Follow orders.

  9. Let's hope your PT does not read your blog and learn of your secret stitching! Hope it brought a few moments of joy, and helped to momentarily forget the pain and frustration. Love the rocking horses! Hugs and prayers.


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