Your comment in your blog reminds me of when people (people who want me to make them things) ask if I'm caught up yet. Those poor souls have no clue. I'm a serial shop multi-taker. I start and finish projects, several times, during the course of a single build... just to keep from getting bored. And there is ALWAYS 6 or more other projects which I come out of the gate on all gung-ho then let sit for a year, or two, or longer.
Anyone who's ever asked a woodworker is they are caught up on their projects is an optimist who is no longer grounded in reality. They certainly aren't woodworkers, that's for sure. :laughing:
I'm with you. That's just the way I work. But now I think of it as play, so I can go from one project to another and back again when the mood fits or when I figure out the next step - since I usually make it up as I go. It seems that I always have several irons in the fire, and it suits me fine. Ralph
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