my post on our guild blog here. It was everything I had hoped for and I look forward to implementing the things I learned. By the time I got around to weaving Wednesday morning, I discovered my winders were no where to be found. I decided maybe it's time to think about buying an electric bobbin winder, so I called Gayle, a production weaver, for her insight. She said she was one of the last to leave the workshop and noticed my winders and packed them up, meaning to email me that she had them.
October was a busy month and November has started out the same with the workshop this past weekend, then a sub job on Monday and on Tuesday I had my first ever acupuncture appointment. She explained that I would probably not notice results right away. I understand that. The good news is that my insurance pays at the same rate as for physical therapy. They wouldn't pay for massage therapy but Raina is also a massage therapist and plans to introduce that into my treatment down the line. I'm optimistic.
I'm back on the wagon
13 hours ago