Well guys the next 2-6 months for me is going to very boring. As some of you may know I had shoulder surgery last week, due to dislocating it 16 times over the past year or so. I torn my librum (think that's how its spelled). On two different layers, 60% across the top was torn off, then either an inner or lower level of it had torn to the piont of needing part of it removed, and pieces stitched back together. The head of.my humerous had to be "shaved" down, due to a chunck of bone missing. Then to top it off the cartlage that holds every thing together was torn off the born, also had to put 2 screws in it there. Plus some other minor things. Well today I went in for my first check up, got some stitches removed and so on. Next the doctor had me pull my arm out of the sling to see if I could have any movement. I was told to try and touch my forehead, couldn't even get half way to it. So the next 6 weeks I have to try and touch my forehead 1-2 times a day. And thas's all I'm allowed to do. After the next 6 weeks of that I may beable to get out of this sling, but at that piont I just begin the long road of rehab. Said it could be 6 month to a year before I ge full use out of my arm again. So right nowI can't go to my 40 hour a week job, nor work out of my small performance shop, so the 40 hour a week job doesn't concern me that much they understand what's going on, plus I havent been able to work there since july due to my shoulder ( no light duty, full go or no go ), but my shop is already getting slowed up due to only having 1 other part time tech, and I don't trust enough people to try and bring in extra help when I can't be there to oversee how things are going. As many of you know its hard to get a. Small business started, not to mention beable to earn a good rep, and good growing customer base. Well sorry for my long rant, guess I'm just nervous how things are going to pan out for me over the next year or so.