Crazy as a Loom

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Winner

I am feeling fragile today.
Maybe the Physical Therapy yesterday did me in.
But whatever the reason, I spent most of today on the couch.

Three steps forward, one step back.

 So I am keeping it simple.  
What else can I do??

So without further ado, the winner of the Socketbook is:

I hope she carries it all around NYC, and is my best advertisement!!!!!

Congrats Daryl.


Paula said...

Hi Hilary,
I have been looking at your blog for sometime now and I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am you have shared your recent struggles. I used to read this blog to dream about visiting your studio for a class. Then I would check it out to see how your headache was : ( and pray you would feel better soon. Now I want to say thank you because last week my daughter called and said "Mama I have a brain tumor" and I had the courage to tell her "brain surgery, we will get thru this" thanks again for sharing! Much Love, Paula

Deb said...

Congrats Daryl. Hilary..hang in there, girl. Remember 'baby steps' and just focus on the present. If you can muster it give that silly dog a hug for me and here's a big one for you. ((((Hugs)))) Deb

Hilary said...

Poor you.. it's gonna take time. Make sure that next time they know how you felt after the session this time.

Woohoo for Daryl. Your beautiful socketbook went to a true fashionista! :)

Susan said...

Three steps step back; you could be on Dancing with the Stars!! Just keep a smile and and listen to your body. Congrats to Daryl!

Anonymous said...

Those steps backwards are all part of the forward progress, even though it doesn't feel that way. Be patient with your body--it's working hard to heal. Sounds like overall you're doing great. We're all still rooting for you. Take care, Hilary.


Rita said...

Take it easy! Be good to yourself. :)

Congrats to the winner!!

Daryl said...

you know i will ... thank you so much ... if Toonman ever sez 'stick a sock in it' ..

and of course PT wore you out ... silly you ... did they give you any exercises to do on your own? if so, do them s-l-o-w-l-y

Anna M. Branner said...

It's hard to think the beginning PT excercises can wipe you out when they appear so simple. But PT is not for babies! Hang in there and take all the rest you can get. It's definitely part of the process.

DJan said...

I hope you take the time today to rest from the PT. I remember when I was rehabbing my knee from surgery, it was truly painful, but now it's as good as the other one. Better, in fact. :-)

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

PT is not for sissies, that's for sure.

Congrats to Daryl:-)

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