I’m struggling through getting everything done. It’s going to be difficult, but I’ll see how close I can get to finishing everything. I slept in my office Tuesday night for a few hours, and then got started on work early Wednesday morning. I put in a few hours for the Dynamo project and a few more for the Upwork contract. This was in addition to my regular Wednesday duties of teaching instrumentation class.
There was also a potential faculty presentation to attend, and, in the evening, there was a “last lecture” for Dr. Calvert. His lecture was a lot of fun, and he’s done a lot of neat things.
In the late evening, I drove my truck back to Rio Rancho. I had corned beef and cabbage with Joey and JoAnna. She makes this every so often for St. Patrick’s Day, and I was glad this year was one of those years.
Yesterday was a busy day, and I have quite a few more of those on the horizon.
I spent the morning tutoring at Magdalena. I have been working on our travel paperwork for the upcoming storm chase and have a ways to go on that. This week will be a good time to do it though, as next week is spring break for these students, and so this week is light on the workload.
I spent the afternoon and early part of the evening at NMT. I helped out with Junior Design, and then went to a potential faculty member’s presentation. In the evening, I chatted with a bunch of the juniors, who I kept running into at Walmart, one after the other.
In the late evening, I put in several hours of work for Upwork. I have many more hours on this project- more than I anticipated. I better get crackin’.
Yesterday, I spent part of the day working in the yard, cleaning up around the garden. I have a lot to do before spring, as my garden is nowhere near ready. All I managed to do was clean up some of the fluff from where Dog-Dog shredded his bed, and trip back the sagebrush from the edge of the garden.
After that, I went to a tutoring session, then did another one online. I did some grocery shopping and then some housework. I also did a few hours of work for Upwork, and I have a lot to go on that project. I feel like I’m starting to slip a little, but I know I can catch up. Next week is Spring Break at Magdalena, so I know I’ll get some extra hours in at NMT, Upwork, and so on.
I did make a few contacts in the VA QSO Party on amateur radio, however, so that was fun.
My day was pretty boring, actually. I’m not sure why you read this, but I’m glad you do!
I was in a funk most of yesterday. I didn’t attend church, I didn’t eat breakfast and so on.
In the afternoon, I felt a little better. I went to dinner with JoAnna an Joey at Annapurna, and was able to do some writing and reading. I finished another chapter in Atlas Shrugged.
In the late evening, we went to Solid Grounds Coffee House and watched an Irish band play. I’m not actually much for Irish bands, but it was still a fun time. I also managed to get in an hour of work for Upwork.
Yesterday, we set up the booth for the Deming Rock and Gem show. It took us a little while to set up, as it is an outdoor show, and we had to set up the tent.
In the afternoon, I put in quite a few hours for Upwork. I have so much to do for this project, and I’m not behind schedule yet. I wrote around 4000 words though, so that was good. I also spent some of the time organizing what else needs to be written.
I also tested out the 40 meter antenna and radio in the van. For this trip, I moved one of my HF radios to the van and gave it a good road test. I made several contacts. I also updated my logbook.
In the evening, I did a little reading, finishing out another chapter in Atlas Shrugged, and answering this week’s discussion questions.