You're welcome and no problem.
I've actually only had one batch that the kreusen head would not subside for weeks. It is kind of disheartening when you are going over your notes and start thinking you did something wrong.
I just let it do its thing. I'm in no real hurry.
That's one of the many reasons why I have 5 primaries, 2 bottling buckets, and 4 carboys.
I made a HW last Sat and transferred it to a carboy last night.
I started brewing an English Strong (Extra Special) Bitter (@ an estimated 1.048 OG/1.007 FG) last night around 9PM. I'm not certain how it'll come out though. When building my recipe in Recipator it said I should use 6 oz of hops to get within the proper bitterness zone, but I only used 3 oz. Now, I know an English Bitter is not really bitter, but 6 oz of hops sounded too scary. I figured I'll correct the bitterness level several days prior to bottling with a hop tea (if it's too sweet) then let it sit some more.
I have 1 or 2 guys (maybe) coming over tomorrow to brew another HW. I go on the road again on Wed for almost 2 weeks. Maybe I can get the Bitter into a carboy before leaving. If they don't show up I'll still brew. I can cut the grass on Sunday.
It's great to be able to rack to a carboy then go away for a week or so then your beer is ready for bottling when you get home. Then it bottle conditions while your away again...maybe that's one of my secrets for being patient.
I learned a long time ago that worrying is like paying interest on a debt you do not owe. Relax, have a homebrew!