While in the rehab facility I used a machine that passively moved my leg from straight to bent. This did not really count as exercize but it was to keep some motion before everything froze. I could certainly feel when it was pushing my limits.
But I am going to return to the subject of Quilting. Nothing was accomplished by me during the last three weeks However, my Secret Sister sent me not only seven cards for my seventieth birthday, but she also sent me a scrap of fabric for each decade, There's quite a variety of prints beginning with a fun Birthday print.
Also my long arm quilter Catherine kept working, and I now have received back five quilts that need to be trimmed and then bound.
I hope I will be able to slowly make progress with these, at least to have a few to turn in to the Guild collection on Tuesday.
nurses with gentle hands dear husband's continuing care my own bed at last
I'm retired and spending more time making quilt tops, almost all for charity. I live on a little lake with my husband Charlie, who has retired from being Rector of an Episcopal church for 30 years, and our dog Zeke. We have two grown children and three grands.