Long Days, Coding Days

For much of this holiday weekend, Liz and I have been holed up in the apartment working on our respective projects. I’ve spent a great deal of time coding the past two days. Well… maybe not coding per se. I haven’t built a ton of new functionality just yet. Mostly, I spent a lot of time reading up on things (and also trying to get a few different technologies to play nice with one another).

It’s funny how much time I’ve spent on this project, over the weekend, and yet it still doesn’t feel like enough. I’ve been frustrated lately the past few weeks, as I’ve only been able to get maybe an hour or so each evening, if I’m lucky. And all I want is large blocks of time to work on things.

And now that I’ve had a long, three-day weekend full of exactly that? I want more time.

I’ve made good progress, and at the end of the day… so long as there is a little bit of that, it’s a good thing.

Proud of what I’ve done so far, but I want more. Isn’t that always the way it goes, though?

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