Carrie was right. It is a very good idea not to be home when the drywall guys are working. Unfortunately, I am. Yes, I am definitely thinking of a sedative and earplugs. My plan to work, um, normally, was thwarted by a schedule change so I'm teleworking. I've found a place on the front porch that is relatively quiet so as long as the weather stays nice, I'm good.
I had a great time at Wisconsin Sheep and Wool. My beginning spinning class with Deb Jones was great. She was a super instructor and I even made yarn, plied yarn! The yarn is far from perfect but I feel I have a better grasp of *how* to spin and will be practicing to cement that in my brain. I met some really nice classmates, which was an unexpected bonus. I highly recommend the class. I shopped the vendors during lunch and after class but didn't buy more yarn. I did get a nice roving and a lovely pattern. Here's the loot which includes my first plied yarn and a door prize from the Ravelry Afterparty.
I've got more photos to share later.