Christmas holiday craft project: 3 hours. Finished up design in Inkscape, imported it into Blender, tweaked it into 3 dimensions, then exported it to Shapeways. Had to tweak and re-tweak the design to thicken walls and make the object 4 inches across -- but still, as an object, the $17.00 price tag to produce it kind of makes it prohibitively expensive. I'd secretly planned to maybe sell these things in the Holiday Market, but the mark-up would probably price me out of any sales. I'm beginning to understand why most of the decorations I'm seeing are made out of very thin plastic instead of ceramic material. I might be able to bump the price down to $10 or lower by embossing instead of having raised ridges.
Mark has voice his opinion on spending lots of money to 3D print pretty useless things on Shapeways.... so I might have to be satisfied with porting the design to a paper cutter and having a papercraft gift.
Writing: 30 minutes and about 350 words.
Work-out: About an hour. Did the row machine (170 cal / 15 mintus) and various upper body machines. My trapiziod muscles and upper right shoulder are twitchy, so I was extra careful with the things that used deltoids.
More writing: 90 minutes and 1150 words. Very rough stuff. Now onto editing.