I don't work, and I'm at home all day anyway, so not much has changed for me, in that sense. When I'm not running errands or dealing with medical crap, normally I split my time between playing guitar, and my 'projects'. Now that the weather is warming up, I can work in the wood shop, so that will keep me very busy, for the duration (until it gets cold, if we're still doing this...) Fortunately, just a couple days before the hammer fell, I had picked up a bunch of rough sawn 4/4 cherry, to make some bookshelves for my grandkids. That'll keep me busy for three weeks. Next up, I'm gonna build my version of a Collings 360 LT M. The bridge will be a Mastery vibrato, and the pickups will either be Duncan Custom Shop Alnico 5 Staple P90s, or T-Armonds. Still working out if the neck will be set or bolt-on. Beyond that, I have enough lumber to stay in the shop for a couple more years, building furniture, keepsake boxes, and stuff. So, what are you all doing, besides staring at the wall, or watching television? Milling the cherry... now that my wife is home during the day, she's annoyed by the noise my planer makes. Never bothered her before - because I used it when she was at work! Cuttin' dovetails today. I insist on cutting them by hand, even if they're not as tight as they could be... Practice makes perfect Here's the Collings I'm going to model my build on. He's using Lollar Alnico pole P90s, and I'm going to use Duncan Staple P90s. Similar tone, the Lollars may be more Fendery.