However, I am getting better. I am able to sit more normally, which means I have been able to dig into the piles and piles of hemming. Still lots to do, but at least the mountain range has been reduced somewhat.
One expert estimated a very long recovery. I'm hoping it won't take as long as all that, but continue to ignore the looms in the studio, making jig saw puzzles and hemming. It seems wise to give my body more time to heal before thinking about trying to sit at the loom.
I have even read a little. The one I just finished was Crime in Corn Weather by Mary Meigs Atwater. Yes, our Atwater. In addition to her work with weaving, she also wrote a mystery. First published in the 1930's the book is a bit dated in the same manner as Christie and Sayers, but a bit daring for the times, I think.