First I had a really good session with my physical therapist, who said I'm making good progress with the frozen shoulder. He helped me do some new exercises, then measured my range of motion with my right arm. I keep thinking it will probably be able to move more freely than my left, so I sneak some exercises (at home) with my left as well.
Then I came home, and noticed the laundry room (unheated) was much colder than right outside the door.
So I opened said door, and window, then took most of the clothes (except the unmentionables, which still get dried in private) and hung them out in the sun on a clothesline. Yes, I strung one outside last year, and seldom use it. I want to do so more often, especially when I see my electric bill.
|Panther enjoying fresh air and sunshine|
|Muffin preferred the softness of an afgan|
|Maybe spring plants, maybe not.|
We enjoyed sitting and talking, while a stiff breeze kept us nicely aerated. All this while the sun brightly shown on one neighbor who decided to take his shirt off to "catch some rays."
But at dinner time my friend left, and I packed up the furniture to bring inside, because rain was forecast, and then by tomorrow night, a freeze again. I even remembered to bring the clothes in off the line.
|The large bunch of daffodils|
|This renegade daffodil bunch is now potted inside.|
I even tucked the oak leaves back around the baby plants. But I did dig one clump of daffodils up and put it into a planter which came inside with me.
I'd say I definitely marched forth for the fourth of March, wouldn't you? Did you too?