Sunday, June 12, 2011

Is There a Warranty For That?

Saturday morning I woke up and quickly realized something was wrong with my shoulder. I hope I just slept on it "wrong," because I don't think I've done anything lately that could have injured it--except typing maybe, but I don't think that would have suddenly caused it, do you?

So, once again, I can't finish the binding and quilting on my applique quilt--at least, I don't think I can, but I'll give the binding a try and see.

Despite shoulder issues today, I managed to power through the pain and weakness and had a wonderful, wonderful time with my stitchery/quilting pals on our little shop hop. After all, there ARE some things that are more important than pain, right? And guess what? I found happy stuff everywhere we went! But I'll have to tell you more about it later, because this shoulder thing is making it a little hard to type.

And doesn't it just figure that just as soon as my vacation STARTS, my body STOPS? It's just not right!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Kim -- I'd say it's the big, heavy quilt you've been working on plus, without your AC, you KNOW you didn't sleep right. But you will be renewed tomorrow -- have a wonderful vacation!! Florence

Vicky said...

Enjoy your vacation. You may have just slept wrong. Hoping that's all it is!

debbie said...

Sounds like your shoulder is screaming for your vacation to start a little early. Hoping it's better and your beach time is wonderful.

Marla said...

Kim, It is probably from all the quilting you do at your DSM. This happened to me a few years ago. Totally miserable experience. Ibuprofen or Naprosyn helpful. Whatever you do, keep moving the shoulder so it doesn't "freeze up" on you. Ask me how I know!

carol fun said...

Hope the shoulder feels better as the day goes on. This is probably a sign that you should work on a new smaller project and we all know how fun a new project it - take care!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

I hope you feel better soon so that you can enjoy your vacation. Can't wait to hear about your "happy" fabric finds!

Julie said...

Imagine how coincidental this is...I also had a wonderful, wonderful time with my quilting pals. How small this world is!
Julie :)