The last two weeks seem to have passed me by – the first week of January went in a haze of trying to get back into work and not quite making it. Then last week my younger daughter was injured, so we went to spend some time with her. She’s learning to spin – the skating sort not the textile sort, and she fell out of a spin and broke her wrist quite badly. She had to have an operation to get a metal plate put in to hold it all together, and thankfully that went well. The NHS were very good and very quick, and she’s likely to get all her mobility back with lots of physio. We’re back home now, but I have that slightly odd feeling when you are trying to do ‘normal’ things and yet nothing feels quite right.

Meanwhile I’ve been neither stitching nor posting, but I do have some things to blog about now, so there may be one or two more posts today.

breaking silence

2 thoughts on “breaking silence

  • January 16, 2008 at 8:23 pm

    Sorry to hear about M. Give her my very best

  • January 17, 2008 at 8:40 pm

    So sorry to hear about your daughter, what a nasty fall, hope she recovers quickly.
    I don’t think this horrible winter weather helps much, I hate the grey light we have at this time of year.
    I hope the software is helpful.
    Your biog was very interesting. I’m a regular visitor to Textile Arts and have linked to your site on my own web site.

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