It's been an interesting week or so.
I have been working at getting rid of the rest of the big fabric rolls in the barn. A friend/previous weaving student was out in the barn with me, going through them, and filling her car full.
I had a big warping board in the corner, and asked her if she wanted it.
I reached for it, it seemed stuck, so I gave it a yank. Unfortunately, the edge of it was behind a chair that was hanging from the wall. The chair came down hard, and hit me in the left cheekbone, knocking me back. I staggered, but did not fall, and in that moment I was sure my orbit was fractured.
My face was cut and bleeding, I managed to get out of the barn and into the house
I was in quite a bit of pain, and eventually DH took me to Urgent Care, where I got my face sutured up, got a tetanus shot, and had my face x-rayed. The X-rays were negative.
Needless to say, I woke up the next morning with a swollen face, and a huge shiner. The next couple of days were a blur. I honestly felt terrible, and couldn't get out of my own way.
A few days later, I came to, and have been improving ever since.
Of course, the whole event scared me, we all know what happened the LAST time I hit my head.
Anyway, Circles baby wrap in reds and browns is done.
I am very pleased with it.
I am concentrating on keeping my focus, and my focus is weaving.
I am not interested in drama, or competition, or anything that I find wasteful and frivolous. There is so much of that going around. I simply can't be bothered.
Life is too short, I treasure every good moment I have. I'm not giving it up for nonsense, or for a falling chair.
Nope, neither one.