As always, it's a 80/20 balance of my wife's project vs. my projects.
My immediate plans are to finish up the dresser unit over the next week or so. We have flooring coming for the basement in the next week or so, so that will be going down, but we plan to remove some windows between the living room and sun room to open up the house a bit. Part of this project is to move our TV from one wall to the opposite, so some wiring is in order and a new media cabinet that may morph into a mantle/fireplace surround to make it the focal point of the room.
As for being able to use the shop for projects in winter. It's got a wood stove, but doesn't hold heat well, so only work out there for short periods when the sun is out. I typically electric heat the office, so can run in and warm back up and then go work again for short stents, then shut the heater off when I'm not in there, the computers keep it above freezing otherwise. I've had some money set aside for buying the metal for the ceiling, but thinking I'll go ahead with building the finish room first, which I can heat to use for tinkering and doing glue-ups in during the cooler months. I've also have the plywood and hardware for my shop cabinets, so planning to get those done.
To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault