Fall is always crazy. I love it and I hate it.
I love it because fall means hand tool events, classes, holiday rush and work. I hate it because it means long days, longer nights, no days off and work. But such is the plight of man.
If you’ve sent me a saw to be sharpened recently, you should know that my 4 to 6 week turn around has quickly ballooned…I’m a few weeks behind, so please bear with me.
A couple of months ago, I also went back to my day job as a (not at all) mild-mannered social worker. So, I’m back to working on saws at night and on the weekends. After about three months of doing nothing but working on saws full-time, the walls started closing in, and I was having conversations with inanimate objects just to hear the sound of my own voice. I thought being alone in my shop all the time was going to be wonderful. I guess I was wrong. Go figure.
But rest assured….I’m happier now than ever and still committed to taking over the world, one saw at a time.
I’ve lots planned for the coming year, and a renewed sense of self. Stay tuned and feel free to keep in touch.