Your wife asks "When are we brewing agian?"
Your wife asks "Did you get the West Yorkshire Ale yeast? When can we make the Landlord Bitter knockoff?"
Your wife asks "Should we go North or South/before or after the NHC in Seattle?"
Your wife asks "There is a Founders beer dinner in town, want to go?"
My wife really does ask those questions. She does!
You spend the day making a beer you have never had an example of, because it is extinct. Recipe for a Graetzer on page 192 of Radical Brewing by Mosher. That is after several sessions of smoking the wheat malt, all of the grist, and then you toast some of that. It went well, did an hour at 122F, and the gummy mess then converted and was easy to work at 149F for an hour. 2 Lbs of rice hulls for 10 gallons, and no problems with the lauter.