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Saturday, February 07, 2009

Thing-A-Day - Day Seven



I woke this morning to discover I couldn't move my left arm, it did give me a bit of grief yesterday but nothing compared to the pain it has given me today, I just can't bare to have it anywhere but bent across my stomach...I have no idea why!

Anyhow, it slowed me down but it didn't stop me getting something down in my journal...Ha!

14 comments:

Owen said...

And it is very nice, what you did in your journal. Hope you and your arm are feeling better soon.

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

Anita, you put us all to shame, even with no pain, this is so much better than I could ever have done..........

Hope you feel better soon.

winna said...

It's bautiful in soft colors and I hope there's help for your condition---

Quilt Knit said...

Anita go to the Doctor As soon As Possible! Like right now! You should not have this pain. It sounds bad. I commend your perseverance. The drawing is exceptional. I am more concerned for your health.
please let me know what the doctor tells you.
Please! You are far too young to wake up with a broken wing.

Sherrie Roberts

Carolyn said...

This is so beautiful! Nice work...

Anita said...

HOpe it feels better soon!

Margaret Ann said...

This has just become a new favorite...Exquisite in every aspect...Luscious color!

Get that arm taken care of pronto...

Word verification: "UNBRA"...maybe this is what one does with an arm that is not fully operational...Sorry for the joke...I just couldn't resist. :)XO

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Maybe someone deep inside is telling you to slow down!!!!!! Then again maybe you are psychic and picking up on the fact that I cant hold a pencil/pen as my left thumb wont work!!! and its painful. Probably as a result from that fall in the kitchen, followed by the books falling out the cupboard on me some weeks ago and I did nothing about it then... and now its hundred times worse ... so listen to that advice up above me from Margaret and QuiltKnit and get your arm looked at professionally. Adore the colours used in your Hello sketch. Take care pal.

The Gypsy said...

So soft and gentle, colours are soothing, like dew water on your skin. Get better soon and keep creating.

Jules said...

Yep! Off to the quack right now, Missy!!!

Beautiful colours and lovely, soft composition. Obviously your Muse is not damaged! Feel better soon.

Joan said...

Anita - I love the soft colors in this!! That baby is absolutely gorgeous!!! What a nice journal page.

Ana Tirolese said...

This is really nice.

John Wright Art said...

Lovely work, Anita, but I agree with above posts - Doctors NOW!!!!!!

Sandy said...

Oh Lord, I just caught up with emails