Jan 14, 2014

Website New Piece & Planking

I must apologize for being absent for a while but I have been busy creating my own Website which is now open for viewing so please visit if you have time at:

Then I have also begun a new piece….here is the very beginnings of it…..I am currently quilting those trees and then will continue moving forward on the piece.  Stay tuned to take the journey with me.

And last but not least…….

I have added "Planking" to my daily stretching exercises.  It strengthens your core and I believe it now that I have done it for almost one week.  If you try this….start out slow as you will feel it in the morning.  To top if off my friend, Debra told me about placing yourself against a wall and sliding down until you are looking like you are sitting on a chair but there is no chair and your back is against the wall.  So….that one…is also a killer on the legs but…..I think I will be rewarded when I am back to biking in spring.
It has been very busy here….snowing today too and we are supposed to get 6-8 inches when it is finished and then the wind starts and the drifting.  So that always means it is much worse then the measurement.

Went to see "Saving Mr. Banks".  Excellent movie…much more then what the promos make it seem like.  I would highly recommend it.


WoolenSails said...

Never tried planking, lol. I have done the wall exercise and my therapist had me do it with a two tennis balls in a sock. That way you are rolling the muscles along your back and exercising your legs.

The new piece is coming along beautifully, look forward to seeing what new things will be added.


Debra Dixon said...

Your friend Debra should get back to chair wall sitting herself!
(once I am cleared with my hip . . .)

The start of another great piece!

Susan Turney said...

I'm always so happy to get to watch!

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