I’m having a very busy week.
It’s pretty ironic since I’m still not able to do much of anything, and yet –
I was at an Angels baseball game last weekend.
Last night, I was at the Duck’s playoff game – Game 7!!
(So sad … they lost!)
My tendon repair (elbow) is scheduled for next Tuesday.
(I’m not going to lie … I am not looking forward to it.)
I’m at physical therapy a few times a week.
(I’m going to just move in and live there after my elbow tendon repair.)
I’m also, of course, trying to keep up with all the normal stuff like haircuts for me, for Fred, etc.
On top of all the daily stuff, there’s a little added pressure in my life.
I’m not working right now … other than, of course, selling prints from my gallery.
(No assignment/project/corporate work because my arm needs time to recover.)
And, something I haven’t mentioned publicly prior to this is ….
My workaholic husband was laid off from his job the morning after we returned from New Zealand.
(It was nothing he did wrong … just financial issues at a very small, start-up, company.)
Yes, that’s right …
I’m living in a no income household.
It’s been a very odd, very transitional, couple months in my life.
I have total confidence it will all work out for the best in the end.
Already, I know the majority of my pain has been taken away.
I will forge ahead with the long recovery, and the elbow repair, and the recovery for THAT.
I’m focused on going back to work in a few months … with much less pain,
I’ll be able to shoot more frequently and for longer periods.
I think, given time, my husband will find himself in a work environment he enjoys more than his previous situation.
It will all be good.
Patience, patience, patience!