Last Thursday I went in for some needed surgery. I knew that there would be a few difficult days afterwards, but I really expected to be back on my feet and moving around by now. The truth is that I am relatively pain-free as long as I stay put, but as soon as I try to get up and move around, it’s still pretty painful. Fortunately, I have a super caregiver so there’s been little need to do much. I am truly thankful for a laptop and a huge pile of magazines and books. We don’t have a television in our bedroom, and it’s been six days now since I’ve seen any TV. Except for the news, I don’t really miss it. I am a huge fan of college basketball, however, so I’m hoping to make it to the living room for the beginning of March Madness.
I’ve spent a lot of time perusing blogs and getting lots of inspiration for cards and scrapbook pages. I hope it doesn’t leave me by the time I get back to my studio. I’m also hoping that tomorrow I’ll be able to take photos for last week’s Project 64 (plum). Here’s my shot for Sweet Shot Tuesday this week. It’s one I took when I was at the George Eastman House to take photos for Picture Inspiration. As I was leaving I noticed all the winter anconites blooming through the snow.
They were the first sign of spring. Since then our daffodils have pushed up through the soil, and most of the snow has finally melted. Today it was sunny and 50°. I'm so ready for spring!