This site also has a store so now I need to load all my pieces that are for sale on here. Baby steps with a few at a time so that I don't get overwhelmed and walk away from that huge task. I bet I could challenge myself to a set number each week, I was thinking 5 a day but am worried that I might talk myself out of a day and then have twice as much to do the next day. Can you see a pattern here?
This morning I had a OT appointment. Looks like my right wrist is getting stronger, still some pain but not like it was 2 years ago. This has been a very long road, and there is still work to be done. My elbow has not progressed as much, only one year there. I dream of pain free days. My work has improved also, does not look like a shaky old lady cut out the glass anymore. I am keeping a positive attitude on this improvement. Note to all: when you get injured at work make sure you are doing the proper steps for your company and not using your own medical care. I ended up loosing Workman's Comp because I was not told the proper procedure. So much for being honest.
Our newest studio mate, Gordon is adjusting well. He has not stepped on glass yet but he did knock over a stack of clear texture glass that was laid out. Bad dog! He will learn just as Nanook and Wesley did. After 2 1/2 weeks we are all learning how to deal with a 4 month old puppy and he is learning how to fit in with a 9 year old dog and 4 year old cat that thinks he is a dog.
What is on your workbench today? I have a candle cover that needs a bottom and two wall sconces in the works.