Lots more work got done on the pole barn:
And do you see that big lift on the left? The top wall beams are being added.
The trusses were next:
It’s amazing how fast the shell is going up.
On the textile front, ‘work is progressing on a crazy quilt block – Nikki’s Face DYB block – and it will be mailed this week. I want to take it the RAFA meeting on Thursday to see if I can get some people interested in crazy quilts.
Physical therapy has been completed for my knee injury, the surgical boot is off my foot from the foot surgery, and I see the vascular surgeon this afternoon to hopefully get some help with the circulation in my left leg. I should be good to go after that and am really looking forward to not seeing anymore doctors for a loooooong time.
The upside of the knee injury though was going for physical therapy. Everyone there is so nice and did such a good job getting me up and moving again. Now I signed up for their strength training and look forward to every exercise session.
That is something I never, ever thought I’d say. It’s all Mark and Arthur and Amy’s fault – the wonderfully kind, helpful, knowledgable physical therapists at Churchville Physical Therapy. They make you feel like family, and so do the two receptionists. I’m having a senior moment and forgot their names, but trust me, they are also wonderful people.