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When Life Throws You a Curve, Catch it with Your Right Hand!

I'm typing this post today with both hands.  Why is this remarkable, you ask?  Because 17 days ago, due to rotator cuff tears and a bone spur which were causing chronic pain, my left shoulder was operated on.  As a result, my arm is in a restrictive sling.  I'm doing physical therapy twice a week, and looking forward to getting back into my normal routine of creating, displaying and selling my work, teaching, and art consulting.  But for right now, typing with two hands is a major victory, as are many things I didn't consider difficult until I had to do them with the full use of only one arm.  Try putting on a bra, eating a sloppy sandwich, or fastening your passenger side seat belt with just your right hand around a major obstruction, and you'll see what I mean.

Before the surgery, we were very busy with Spring shows in Richmond, VA, Wilmington, NC, and Columbia MD.  The collage below shows some of the work I produced for this round of shows, and our Richmond booth s…

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