3002Hrs – Acceptance of A Good Day
There are many things I want to learn more about, one of them is the principle of acceptance. Not in the subservient sense but in the sense of understanding that things are as they are and not wasting time wishing they were different. What’s happened has happened, what is happening is happening, the only thing that we have any control over is what WILL happen in the future. It may well be that this control is limited, we can’t always get the results we want, but we can at least know what we want and do whatever we can to get it.
When I was struggling the other day I should have just accepted it. I knew the tide would turn and today proved it yet again. My mind was clear, the work just flowed, I did more in 8 hours than I’d done in the previous 20, I’ll accept that with gratitude.
It was timely to get so much done. I’ve now passed the 3000 hour marker, how many more to go? I really don’t know, but what I do know is that it’ll be as many as it takes.
Fitted the perspex portlight into the tumblehome over the saloon table.
Made, fitted and glued the starboard main hatch coamings.
Made the hardwood stainless steel slider mountings and fitted the tube.
Made the main hatch cover for the starboard hull.
Here are the photos: