Wednesday, June 15, 2016

T.R.I and Sew


And the counting continues.

I'm apparently not very great at the whole "post every day" thing, but I am doing my best. And usually, I remember at some point that I missed the post. Typically it's the next day, but it's progress.

Yesterday I went to Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (T.R.I) for the first time. Parking was a nightmare. I was a nightmare. Lol. I had to get up early, I hadn't finished sleeping off the night meds, and I really have terrible anxiety. BUT the doctor has assured me that we are going to work on all of this. The balance issues and hearing issues are going to be assessed on the 29th by an ENT at Toronto General Hospital. I feel that this is progress.

Today I had a meeting with my boss and the work transition specialist from WSIB. Both were super awesome. Lost my focus a few times by getting distracted. But the sounds of the kitchen were familiar and comforting in a strange way. I'm looking forward to getting back to work. Work means normal. I may not get normal the way it used to be, but I will accept new normal as long as that incorporates old normal with it.

Sewing wise I made my first pair of peg legs from patterns for pirates. I'm a little behind on the brazi sew a long from stitch upon a time. I have been tired the last few days so just being quiet and resting. I'm struggling to post photos of the fabrics I'm using, and of the peg legs. (Brazi and pegs are same fabric.) Hoping tomorrow I catch up! 

Anyway, night meds are kicking in, and I'm hearing to bed!

Thanks for stopping by :)


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