I'm so glad you not only survived but was able to heal and walk again. Now I understand why I do as well as I do. I love to create. To the point that when I spent a year recovering from a very serious bout of vertigo, I did the only activity I could do. I hand embroidered a queen sized quilt. It helped to keep me sane while I was virtually housebound.
I understand! It's always nice to be justified in your belief.
Very true! Glad the craft helped heal you.. I know it has healed a lot of us going through difficult times.
Well, I for one am so glad it got you through your difficult and trying time when you had that accident. I think having a craft or something we love to do with our time is such a great endorphin. God bless you Jerrilyn, Love Chris
So very true, Jerrilyn!! Hugs, Laura
All true my Dear and plus. It keeps you from losing your mind after you lose your spouse. I thank God for my Sewing and Embroidery Machine.
This is so true. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for this Jerri
It is so true! It took me a little longer than I thought, however step by step creative crafts will do a brain good!
Great post! Thanks!
Just reaffirms that sewing is good for you!...my brain cells must have really grew on that last quilt top!-lol
I'm picturing your brain muscles.
Sanity! Did it mention sanity?
Love it. No need to do exercise. I am doing all that I can for my body. Ha, ha
I like the way you think! :-)
Then the pain tells me to exercise, sometimes in the middle of the night! Blah! That darn bursitis!