From today I’m under doctor’s orders to rest a frozen shoulder. Capsulitis, he called it. I like the sound of that – a cosy little capsule, like a cocoon, floating through space. ‘No more sewing’, he added. Of course, I know he doesn’t mean that. He just means do a little less sewing.
So, this might be a good opportunity to prepare some fabrics and threads for dyeing. If the weather stays as good as it is today, this week might be good for hanging out dyed cloth to dry. It’s also a good opportunity to work a little more on the Sketchbook Project, which, I keep reminding myself, has to be finished and sent back by January. That seems like a long time, but it really isn’t. It’s about 13 weeks. I think I only need one hand/arm/shoulder to paint and draw, and I’m glad that it’s the left one that’s out of action. I could also read a bit, and maybe work out some drawings and designs on paper. It’s actually starting to sound quite attractive.
Tomorrow – maybe – the night time story will resume.
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