1309Hrs- Pavlov syndrome?
It seems I am gradually getting used to my new routines, all those years of conditioning are hard to discard and if I’m honest I have substituted ‘going to work’ with ‘going boatbuilding’. I still get up early, have breakfast and then ‘commute’, spend the day working and come home in the evening tired. Whilst building my thoughts turn more and more to future alternative scenarios that I would have discounted only a few weeks ago, the only thing I can be sure of at the moment is that the way things are today can only continue for a relatively short time. Change is coming and the only question is when and how much choice and control I will have, only time will tell.
I’m somewhat puzzled where the time went during my work session today. I’ve continued to work in the starboard stern cabin. I’ve boxed in the underside of the beam trough and re-shaped the No 7 bulkhead as I decided I didn’t like the curve I’d previously cut it to. Apart from that I can’t think of anything else specific. I’ve been solid at it though so I guess I must have done things that needed doing! Hopefully I’ll have achieved something more quantifiable tomorrow.