This was the busiest autumn I have ever had.
My daughter and I booked into several art/craft fairs, meaning lots of painting, printing and framing. I helped her move into her dream house, a lovely Victorian built in 1891,
and helped pack up to move out of her former home.
My husband and I had a great trip to Maine with dear friends.
And, most wonderful of all, our son got married!
Everything was flying along right on a schedule when I slipped on my stairs while carrying boxes. Down I went,THE WEEK OF THE WEDDING,and shattered my shoulder blade.
Yes, of course my right shoulder blade.
I made it through the Rehearsal Dinner and the beautiful wedding.
There I am with my trusty sling and my wonderfully helpful husband.
Surgery was the following week. I now have a plate and screws holding me together.
While I can't paint for quite some time and have a lot of physical therapy ahead of me,
I am very grateful.
It could have been a lot worse.