For the last weeks, when people ask what I'm doing, I've been saying I'm retired.
That's because I QUIT MY JOB.
My employer just wouldn't work with me on my rehab and reentry into physical labor. They insisted on misinterpreting my doctors orders for limitations.
So I quit.
I don't need to physically re injure myself just for them!
Consequently, I now have time to do some weaving.
I am still restricted a bit by my physical limitations. Can't handle long weaving sessions, but I'm building up tolerance.
I keep busy with the rest of my day doing exercises and rehab, as well as slowly selling off household items.
I don't want to jinx the process, but someone is attempting to get financing on my house... cross your fingers, say a prayer, think positive thoughts if you are so inclined!
Of course I have a few stresses that I try not to think about. Along with the not employed comes not insured. My state has only 2 choices for health insurance. Each of them is tied to a hospital group. Neither takes the other insurance. One isn't sold in the county I am going to be living in, so yup, only one choice. And that choice would cost me 600 - 900 a month. For just me. Couldn't do it. That's why I support the repeal.... Something has GOT to change.
Good thing is. I'm not scared - everything I'm doing is what I need to be doing.
Onward to the next adventure :)