Another picture of the Naked Ladies blooming in our yard, taken before The Arm Thing.
These are Amaryllis belladonna, commonly called Naked Ladies because the bloom stalks pop out of the ground without any foliage.
Another potter from Alabama made this vase. I'll tell you about him later.
Tried to fold some small clothes today like socks, undies and dish towels. My arm is not happy with me tonight, but I think it was necessary to stress those tendons a little in order to make them get busy and heal.
"A cascade of healing" is what it is called.
Gordon has been keeping my spirits up, reporting on That Young Lady Who Wears Nothing But a Fur Coat and her latest conquest (a mouse).
Elvis was snuggled against me as close as he could get to my right side last night. He was covered with a quilt, so Annie just stretched out on top of Elvis and a little on top of my stomach and went to sleep. Elvis did not seem to mind. Mackie had taken position on my left side and Lillibeth was between my ankles. Those little sweeties!
They lick my bruises as more and more bruises show up from the fall. I did not know dogs would do that.
Will try to write more tomorrow. Lots to share with you!