In the last several months I have not been able to do much work, due to intense back pain, which escalated when I took a tumble on a slope and came crashing down on a cement stepping stone.
You see I was eager to take a micro shot of one of my roses and was looking through the view finder rather then paying attention to where I was going. Bad idea!
Well, I finally had to cave in and have been making rounds from one doctor office to another, having every part of my body scanned and probed.
Needless to say there has been absolutely no activity in the studio, because I can neither stand nor sit for any extended time. I crave to paint something, anything actually, but it is just not possible at this time. Isn't it funny that how much one yearns for the things that are out of reach?
For now I have to hear what the MRI says and hopefully by Friday I will be able to come up with a new plan on how to get studio time in while dealing with this bad back.
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