Things continue to shuffle along here. The pace at work has slackened just a bit, and a few things that were hard for me a couple months ago are now getting easier with additional experience. With the spring thaw has brought the return of yard work, and although I enjoy being outside a great deal, it's also a distraction.
I should have started an 8 week bike training regimen this week and I did pretty poorly. I actually haven't biked (indoor or out) for over a week and a half. Random weather and a sudden work commitment kept me grounded this week. Wednesday was absolutely fantastic weather, but I opted to re-mount the mower deck and spend an hour mowing an acre out front that gets ahead of everything else.
I'm actually off work today; it's a premeditated vacation day with the intent of accomplishing more random things in 3 days than I could realistically hope to get in 2. With the forecast, today was chainsawing and brush hawging until the rain came around lunch and drowned me out. This afternoon we'll off for errands and a late lunch at a local diner we found a few weeks ago.
Tomorrow will hopefully be a 35-40 mile bike ride to jump start my training regimen, I need to pick a route that takes into account the amount of wind I suspect we'll get. I hope to collapse in a heap afterwards.
Sunday's task will be to light the pair of brush piles I've built and toss on all the stuff I cut this morning. Sounds simple, but will be 4-6 hours outside eating smoke. Oh, and somewhere in there, I need to clean the gutters and pile some gravel in the hole the raccoons are using to access my pole barn.
This has left precious little time for EVE. This year has warped past me at a blistering pace; I can't believe it's April already. I've been in game a few times to try to keep some plates spinning, and I'm trying to follow the onslaught of the Imperium war, but most things I need to do within the game involve a lot of time investment.
Oh wow, now it's hailing outside. We came inside just in time. :)