Autumn is well advanced for us now. The glorious fall colours are mostly over their prime. Now comes the interlude between that burst of colour and the coming winter season.
This morning it is raining. A steady, gentle rain, welcome because summer had so little of it. But it brings a chill that seeps into the bones.
My plans were to weave up as much as I could before I left on Tuesday, but the fall I took on Wednesday has nixed that idea.
Two falls in five weeks has shaken me up well and truly and while I could have woven on the AVL, my hands were also torn up and my neck and shoulders were tight and sore. Weaving on the AVL would have been possible...but over all a bad idea. My body needed time to rest and heal.
Instead I have been vegging and doing not much of anything, trying to keep my foot elevated as much as possible.
On the other hand (heh) there was time to work on things I had been putting off - my sales taxes, conference budgeting, and today I printed out the awards from the conference last year and will work on a list of potential awards for ours.
Things are getting better. I have a bag of dressings to keep my injury clean and protected and a follow up appointment with the wound clinic the day after I return home. But there doesn't appear to be any infection developing. If it does I will go to a clinic and get medication. My immune system is compromised and I cannot ignore infections.
It is Thanksgiving weekend here. I thanked the nurses for working the holiday.