Friday, January 14, 2011

There and back again...and rarin' to go!


I'm finally back in commission! Ha Cha!... well, nearly.
I wanted to thank all of my friends and family who have been so generously supportive after my surgery and
for the wonderful outpouring of love and healing energy.
Being in the natural health world, I've opted to go a Homeopathic/Holistic route for treatment,
and so far I'm doing most excellent!
As part of my therapy, I helped my Dad as he built what I'm calling my "Healing Bench". Being a lover of plants, I've always wanted a greenhouse, but since space doesn't allow, my Dad has built this beautiful three tiered bench for my orchids! My step-Dad had previously built this mini pergola. (yes, we all get along great!) So combine the two and you have a beautiful orchid shade house!
Isn't it super!


Since this photo, I've finished staining it and just need a few more finishing touches, such as the overhead shade cloth and little copper caps for the posts, before the orchids move in.
Boy, sorting through the lumber stacks at Lowe's, and lifting and reaching, (albeit in slow motion) have really done wonders to help get my muscles back up to speed. Now I just need some Myofascial Release sessions to address the fascia and scar tissue and I'll be good as new! 
 I'll post a photo of the completed project later.
 Love you Dad!... Thank You again and Happy 75th Birthday!!!


So folks, I'm sure you're wondering when you might catch a glimpse of some new art? Well... let's see... I have a fun piece that was published in the Winter issue of Celebrate 365 that I'll be posting shortly, and many more waiting in the wings so stay tuned. This year will be bigger than ever!
I hope you like the little tweaking that I've given my blog, as an update for 2011.
Thank you again everyone, and Love to all of you!.... Oh!... and Happy New Year!!! :-)

~ Deb




15 comments:

Leah said...

Very nice! I was hoping you'd post pictures of the bench. I can't wait to see the finished product. So glad you are back to feeling better!

luluslovlies said...

Hi Deb, Glad to see you are feeling more energetic, I see you are getting up to speed on your blog, I like the 3 column look for you! Now just get busy girl, not too fast though! Hugs marilou

Zan Asha said...

Hi Deborah! Feel better! I am so glad you got to do something wonderful with your dad and I wish you wonderful healing :)

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thank you Leah, Marilou, and Zan! It's good to be back and glad you like the three column look! :-)

softinthehead said...

There is no better medicine than family, friends and good Ol' Mother Nature! I am so thrilled to see you writing again! Take care my friend and may 2011 be your year! Pam

Designs By CK said...

Lovely and glad you are doing better! Happy 2011!

Chris >:-)

Gina said...

The Healing Bench turned out GREAT!! I'm sure your orchids will enjoy their new home. Soooo glad you are healing well too.... twas WONDERFUL to see you last week!

Can't wait for the live post of your new artwork (thanks for the sneak peek!!!!)..... it's pretty AMAZING folks... Wait til you see it!

Len said...

I am so glad that you are doing better. Enjoy your bench and get to work, I am looking forward to seeing more sculptures! Have fun, it is great to hear that you are doing so much better.

I like the new blog look.

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thanks Weena! :-)

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thank you Pam, Chris, and Len! I'm very happy to be back and starting the New Year off anew. Glad you like the new blog look too! :-) ~ Deb

Crowsnest Pass Primitive Folk Art said...

The power of nature can definitely heal you...nice to have you back! Hugs Susan

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thank you so much Susan! It surely makes more sense to me to support the body's healing abilities rather than the alternative. It's good to be back. :-)

Carolee said...

So wonderful to see you feeling better, Deb!! The blog looks wonderful, and I can't wait to see what you create in 2011!!

Hugs,
~ Carolee

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thank you Carolee! So glad you like the blog changes. I'm glad to be feeling better and am indeed excited about making some new pieces.
Thanks for the hugs!
~ Deb

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

So very happy to read you are feeling better!! Missed you!