Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The Journal of Recovery

The art work of my hospital stay and stay in recovery center, continues, the temptation is so great to fix things on some of the art, I will not, I had some pain, poor light, I didn't always answer questions properly as medications do that to me. It is what it is.

Angie and I will fix a small studio in the computer room upstairs this afternoon for me to work as stairs are impossible, I have to get some strength back in the leg muscles. I can also print cards and do that sort of work here. I may send a few Christmas cards also. I am not able to do a whole lot of other stuff. I miss being downstairs a lot.


Sharon said...

This is so absolutely wonderful that you were able to "journal" while your recovery was underway. And how sweet that you have Angie there to move the studio. Of course you can have it anywhere you want. Stay away from stairs! I think sometimes limiting what I have in front of me to play ART with is helpful with inspiration. Makes me think about how I can play with limitations. I know you will be making beautiful ART without being in your studio down there.

have to tell you my "word verification here is "tallhoot"

Sam said...

Beautiful inspiring art, glad I came across your blog.

Gloria said...

I think your work is looking really good. Just take care of yourself and don't worry because worry lowers the resistance and you need to be able to heal fast. A new year is coming up and we all have to be raring to go. :) Take care.

Diane said...

I'm so happy that your home Emelie!! I always enjoy reading your posts, and this makes me smile to see these journal pages that helped you get through your hospital stay (hospitals--yuck) (I've been in them before too--I didn't care for them ;)
And Sharon's right--challenge yourself with limited art supplies--it helps you grow, I think.