Tuesday, 20 May 2014
Free Motion Landscape - Nearly There...
It is a while since I worked on this landscape, after being knocked slightly off course by the wretched frozen shoulder. Today I finally felt like working on it again. I needed to soften the outline of the stone wall in the foreground.
A few weeds in dark green in front of it and some bare twiggy plants in brown on the far side have done the trick. I have now worked out how to finish off the picture - it shouldn't take long.
As for the frozen shoulder - I have now worked my way to the top of the queue and saw an NHS physiotherapist for the first time last week. I went to my doctor about it on the 31st March and had to wait until 12th May to see the physiotherapist. Even though the shoulder is much less painful now and can move a little better, it is far from being normal, and I am looking forward to being monitored and treated by the NHS. It has been a fairly long wait, and I haven't been particularly patient, but at least now I can be fairly sure that things should improve.
Linking up with Connie's blog Freemotion by the River for Linky Tuesday,
and with Kelly's blog My Quilt Infatuation for Needle and Thread Thursday,
and Sarah's blog Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Whoop Whoop Friday,
and Leah Day's blog for Free Motion Friday