I am, however, trying my best to roll with it. I had to drastically change my War Practice plans. Instead of attending 3 days and teaching on Saturday, I will now be arriving Saturday morning and leaving Sunday. Unfortunately, I had to cancel my Saturday class as it starts earlier than I can be on site and there were no open slots left to move it to the afternoon (which, in a way, is great for the event as it means there are tons of classes happening). I am planning to enter the Kingdom Artisans Challenge. I started something new last month that I hope to be able to share at a few more events (that I will possibly have to day trip, rather than camp) this summer. If life happens and I cannot, for some reason, make those as planned, I at least will see this project through to the finish and publish all of the work here to share with others. If space in my car allows, I might also bring my hand made loom and sheep breed samples for the regular A&S display.
I am totally thrilled though to be able to at least spend one night at War Practice! I have not been there since 1999 and cannot wait. :-) Also, a friend is being elevated this weekend, so Court should be very nice (I am assuming Court is on Saturday night...).
At this point I am still planning to be at Pennsic, even though I might not be there for all 16 days I had planned for initially. I still plan to teach my Viking Wool classes and will be doing the display and hopefully soaking up enough wonderful Pennsicness to get me through till next year. ;-)