There were several factors:
- I had to get my car smogged and that was at 8 am which meant I would not leave for the barn until 9:30 or so.
- The Spring tractor show was happening at the Museum which means lots of interruptions and not much weaving. Mind you, I don't have an issue explaining what I am doing but considering the next item, my weaving time was important to me.
- I was getting my quarterly hair cut (yup, I only cut it about every 3 months) and with that at 4pm, I had to be out of the barn at 3pm.
So get there some time after 1o am, spend some time catching up with friends, start weaving at 11, then leave at 3pm results in less than 4 hours of weaving, and so I decided to stay home and work on another metals project.
At work, I started my new project this week. This project is even in a new department so I spent most of the week moving my office stuff to a new cubical in a different building. Then I had to do all sorts of paper work to move my developer account to the new computer; fill out more paperwork to get another computer for testing which I don't know when I will get; do some training for access to certain data; and then load gobs of software onto my regular development computer; and write a small requirements document for the first task. Hopefully next week I can actually write some code cause this week the total was a fat ZERO.
For your delight, here is a picture of my new do.