This post will be short, because I really can’t focus on the computer for very long without feeling like I’m going to vomit.
I’ve just returned from a day and a half stay at the hospital for what turned out to be vestibular neuritis (originally thought to be benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, but based on my symptoms, the sudden and severe onset, and the prolonged vertigo that I’m still experiencing, even after several rounds of PT, we no longer think that the original diagnosis was correct). We’re all very thankful and feeling very blessed that it was not something worse as the doctors originally thought it could be. It just means that things might be slow around here for a short while as I undergo physical therapy and recover.
I told you that I made no promises about that Hand Saw Foundations class getting completed in my timeline. This is why. I know better than to make plans. Something always happens that puts the kibosh on my plans. For those that are registered for that class, the first seven videos are completed and posted.
I’ll return to my regularly scheduled blathering and posting more videos to the Hand Saw Foundations class as soon as I can walk without feeling like I’ve downed a bottle of scotch.
For now, here’s a simple rendering of the final project that we’ll be building as part of the Hand Saw Foundations class.