So yesterday I crafted more than I typically do in a single day.
(Although I was a little disappointed that my output wasn't higher for the amount of time I put into those felt flowers. Doing triple layers required exponentially more work than double layers to keep them rolled tightly and get them glued up, not to mention having to cut out a third more of the felt fringes.)
So this morning, I woke up with swollen, painful hands that hurt to grasp, flex and pretty much do anything besides letting them stay curled into claws.
Which means I'm not going to get out my glue gun and work on my satin flowers. Nor will I be making any kanzashi flowers today.
Ah well. It's yet another reality check that, even after nearly 4.5 years of this illness, I haven't mastered pacing myself.
Today is all about resting up to try to be as present as possible for my family over the weekend.
Hope all of you have a good weekend!
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