Re your hand. off top of my head,. your pruning hand needs re education and why not try the Alexander technique.
it wont go away and you will always want to prune,so it´s a sure fire way of developing resistance to that muscle fatigue which, without correction, can only get worse. A pianinst friend, with a similar complaint tried it and is back to 4 hours practice daily. love Patsy
p.s. loved your blog.
Damo - I will you know, and the jungle one..you wait n see if I dont
Rosalind - Oh only my wife, friends and anyone who's ever met me
JAS - I take that as some consolation
Dawn - I think the Star has be down as 'fundamentally tedious' for Thursday's edition
Naomi - I fear my mum must've put you up to this as the sight of me in any kind of snug fitting dancing trouser is quite sufficient to put anyone off their pick n mix of a Saturday night
Patsy - Thak you for your advice, and very pleased you enjoy the blog. I do know someone who's skilled in the Alexander arts but he's a bit of a pillock....so I guess all I have to do now is find out where the boundary is between disabled arm and putting yourself in the hands of a pillock. I shall report back
The Alexander technique might well be the answer...as far as I'm aware it simple involves a lot of pointing and waving of arms directing elves. You'll never have to weild a pair of secateurs again.