Thanks for that. I think that's the thought I am going to keep in my head as I work along today.
I clean his glasses every morning. I put some more dough in his wallet today. I can't do much. I need to take the Swiffer to his bedroom. Spike didn't like dust.
Sorry to buck the trend but I don't think those feelings are helping. What would Spike think of you cleaning his glasses every morning?
Re Catari, do you think this is possibly the most design intense project you have ever done? It seems it is to me. The intense focus, the hours of design, the involvement of elements of the WLYDO, the spectacular renderings by Sons and Putin?
Have you ever been as free as a designer to put so much in to one boat?
And having the Sliver project running concurrently which is another free design project. A customer who just wants your essence.
Spike would be proud. Sorry if I have spoken out of turn. He would want you to get out of this funk and enjoy the present.
Dont feel guilty as a survivor. Make your son proud. Sorry for putting this on a public forum, then again you dont answer personal messages in the site, so I am frustrated in a way.
Love and respect, Bruce.
And huge Kudos to Kimb and ND, grand projects make a designer's life worth living and both your boats are showcases for Bobs skills, in a big way. Both are shall we say open ended projects driven by the dreams of the creators. Its a nice place to be for all.
Over and out from the Southern Hemisphere.