I haven’t said much about it yet but I’ve been going to physical therapy for my shoulder. You might remember long ago, back in August of 2015, I took a fall. (read about it here if you missed it) Well since then, my shoulder has never been right. Recently it started acting up and being a bigger problem. Taking a shirt off over my head has gotten to be painful….grabbing a glass out of the cupboard is uncomfortable and even vacuuming is a problem. It’s all do-able. The discomfort isn’t overwhelming but it’s not fun and not normal.
A bit ago I ended up a the doctor’s and she sent me on to physical therapy. I wasn’t thrilled with that because it’s so hard for me to get away from childcare but I went with it and so far, I’ve been okay with it.
From the first visit I told her upfront that I need things to do at home to and can’t make it to lots of appointments and she was very willing to work with that. My diagnosis is this….I have a “arcing pain” caused by a pinched tendon. So what do I do…exercises to improve my posture and the strength of my rotator cuff. The exercises aren’t bad and don’t take a long time.
Well that’s gotten me out of the house and if I’m out of the house I hit a thrift store.
This is the best find I’m had in a bit….these three were $2 each. Can you believe that each of them are 6 yards each. BACKING!! Charity quilts can definitely use all of these. The colors are good too. I’m VERY happy with this…
…and this little fun bag…Who can resist a 50 cent grab bag of fabric goodies? Of course not me. Even as a kid I was a sucker for grab bags. Some things never change.
Stopping at the thrift store makes the physical therapy all tolerable and not bad at all.
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