On Tuesday I had hand surgery.
Nothing serious, left thumb trigger release.
It has been painful and stuck for the past several months, and while I have some post-op pain, it is nothing compared to how it was feeling before the procedure.
I'm just glad it is over, so I can heal up good before the gardening season.
Yesterday was Valentine's day, and was fairly uneventful.
A quiet evening at home.
I found some Daffodil's blooming in the wooden barrel and brought them indoors.
The sun once again has been shinning.
About 70 degrees for the past couple of days.
These lady dolls came from Ireland. My Grammy bought them during her stay in Ireland, in the 70's.
Recently the lovely ladies have come to live here at Girasole Farm.
One is carrying a basket of sticks, and the other has some knitting in hand.
I don't know much about them, except that they are hand made by a local craftsman in Ireland.
I love the way they look with the evening sun shinning on them.
(I have been using my camera with the flash off, hmmm.....)
My Grammy kept a journal during her stay in Ireland, I need to re-read it and see if she mentions about her purchase of the dolls, since at the moment I seem not to remember.
I will be glad to get this wrapping off my hand and the sutures removed next Wednesday.
Have a lovely day.
The Girasole Lady