Last week, a circuit breaker flipped. I was working intensely on two projects when my circuits apparently overloaded. The projects have been sitting untouched on my desk for several days now. I’m running in neutral - idling.
What happened? I haven’t a clue; but it seems useless to fight it. In the meantime, I’ve been catching up on my reading and surfing the net.
My project trying to connect Sip families in Poland is temporarily on hold. That’s OK. The information will still be there when I get back to it – or maybe more information will have surfaced by then.
I am hopeful that using Genome Mate Pro will become clearer to me as discussion continues on the Facebook group.
Until my research gene gets turned on again, I’ll probably do some writing and reopen the video projects waiting in the queue. Yep, the video projects sound good. And I’ll find topics to keep this blog alive.
To everything there is a season.