It's hard to believe the [livejournal.com profile] sshg_exchange has been going on for six weeks already. It's also hard to believe that I have reviewed EVERY chapter of EVERY gift in those six weeks.



WOOT!!!

Also, I typed up the handwritten garbles that was most of a scene of the latest WIP-I'll-eventually-abandon. Then almost had to retype all of them because the power flickered long enough to turn the computer off, but I apparently have autosave on this thing or something, so yay for that.

Tonight, Captain and I went to the game store and sat around playing Dominion Intrigue and looking at the co-store owner's wife's wedding album (Although I guess that would also be the co-store owner's wedding album, wouldn't it?) because I'd shown her mine a few weeks ago. What? She asked and I'm all about showing off ridiculous pictures of the Captain and myself dressed up funny.

Also, I can't remember if I mentioned this before, but Saturday Captain and I got up before dawn and drove out to a big field on base to help the store ownery type people set up a tent and some tables full of stuff from the store that they really wanted to get rid of at the Flea Market that day. Then we loaned them some chairs that I just happened to have asked Captain to put in the trunk because I am psychic (or psychotic, or both). And then, because I had nothing better to do until later that afternoon, I volunteered Captain and I to hang out helping them sell junk all morning.

It was fun. It almost makes me miss working retail. ("Everything is half price today!")

Sadly, we did not find anything fabulous at the Flea Market. I did get a free breakfast burrito for helping out, and I bought an apron from Mrs Store Owner for a dollar so that I can maybe not get flour all over myself next time I have to roll out biscuits. They gave Captain (and me, but I already had my apron so I didn't need anything else) a chance to pick something off one of the tables, so he got a free mini that he'd been eyeing since we set up the tables.

When we showed up to play a game tonight, they gave us a thank you card which was very sweet. Also, they gave us a gift card for a food place named after some cheese, so how can it not be awesome?

And now? I'm burping wasabi and suspect sushi from dinner, so I need to go brush my teeth and gargle. Badly.
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It's hard to believe the [livejournal.com profile] sshg_exchange has been going on for six weeks already. It's also hard to believe that I have reviewed EVERY chapter of EVERY gift in those six weeks.



WOOT!!!

Also, I typed up the handwritten garbles that was most of a scene of the latest WIP-I'll-eventually-abandon. Then almost had to retype all of them because the power flickered long enough to turn the computer off, but I apparently have autosave on this thing or something, so yay for that.

Tonight, Captain and I went to the game store and sat around playing Dominion Intrigue and looking at the co-store owner's wife's wedding album (Although I guess that would also be the co-store owner's wedding album, wouldn't it?) because I'd shown her mine a few weeks ago. What? She asked and I'm all about showing off ridiculous pictures of the Captain and myself dressed up funny.

Also, I can't remember if I mentioned this before, but Saturday Captain and I got up before dawn and drove out to a big field on base to help the store ownery type people set up a tent and some tables full of stuff from the store that they really wanted to get rid of at the Flea Market that day. Then we loaned them some chairs that I just happened to have asked Captain to put in the trunk because I am psychic (or psychotic, or both). And then, because I had nothing better to do until later that afternoon, I volunteered Captain and I to hang out helping them sell junk all morning.

It was fun. It almost makes me miss working retail. ("Everything is half price today!")

Sadly, we did not find anything fabulous at the Flea Market. I did get a free breakfast burrito for helping out, and I bought an apron from Mrs Store Owner for a dollar so that I can maybe not get flour all over myself next time I have to roll out biscuits. They gave Captain (and me, but I already had my apron so I didn't need anything else) a chance to pick something off one of the tables, so he got a free mini that he'd been eyeing since we set up the tables.

When we showed up to play a game tonight, they gave us a thank you card which was very sweet. Also, they gave us a gift card for a food place named after some cheese, so how can it not be awesome?

And now? I'm burping wasabi and suspect sushi from dinner, so I need to go brush my teeth and gargle. Badly.
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All I can figure is that Captain suddenly turns into a furnace at some point during the night and starts giving off fifty bajillion degrees of heat that makes me end up rolling out of bed at five something in the morning because OMG TOO HOT!

I even stumbled out to the living room to check the brand new thermostat to make sure it wasn't randomly trying to broil me alive again. (Seriously, yesterday afternoon it decided that instead of being 72 degrees like we set it, it should really be 85, and by the time I noticed it was getting warmer, it was nearly up to 80 and I was all "NOOOO, stop that, bad thermostat!" and then I made Captain read the instructions and supposedly he reprogrammed it to stop defaulting to 85 three times a day for no real reason.)

Anywho, while I was standing in the kitchen because I was thirsty (because OMG TOO HOT!) and trying to convince myself that an oatmeal cream pie doesn't actually count as a breakfast food just because it has oatmeal in it (I ate one anyway, oops) I had the bestest idea for a RPG EVAH!

A Star Wars/Lovecraftian cross-over!

And then Captain woke up and totally burst my bubble by handing me a copy of Death Troopers, which is a Star Wars/Zombie horror novel.

Also, I have an exchange fic to finish before I can let myself be distracted by all the plotty detail things necessary for world building an RPG. AND, even if I had the time to do it right now, it will be nearly impossible to find people to play my (hopefully) creepy, creepy Star Wars/Lovecraftian game because sometimes hard-core gamer dudes are all "Sure, chicks can play with us because we like the idea of being around people who smell nice once in awhile. BUT chicks can't GM because that would be silly, and what do chicks really know about monsters/Star Wars/how to be a furry-footed burrower?" I know, I know, I'm totally using stereotypes about gamer dudes, bad Miah, but it really is difficult to find people willing to trust a new GM. Sometimes doubly so when the new GM is a girl. Even if she has run a game or ten before.

So, I run the risk of putting a lot of work into world/mythos/lore building only to find out I have no one but Captain to run a game for. If you consider that Captain is sort of more informed about the Star Wars universe than I am (also, he has some absurd need to actually apply physics to things when I tend to go more toward dramatic comedy shenanigans), and he totally has more knowledge of all things Lovecraft... it could be a very boring/annoying game for both of us if he's my only player.

Also, there would be sniping at each other, because that's what we do when one of us is running a game. We argue over things like obscure rules and physics and canon and whether or not that sentient tree with the leafy tentacles really would have a resistance to blaster bolts or if I was just making that up to annoy my husband. (Short answer? Yes to the second.)

Anywho, this is me making a note for when Captain goes to WLC in a few weeks, reminding myself that I should be done with my Exchange fic by then (knock on wood, fingers crossed, salt over the shoulder) and therefore should have the time to work on an awesomesauce storyline for my totally original and not at all done to death RPG idea.

Now, it's been three hours since I woke up, Captain has left for work, the bed should be cool again, I think it's nap time.
All I can figure is that Captain suddenly turns into a furnace at some point during the night and starts giving off fifty bajillion degrees of heat that makes me end up rolling out of bed at five something in the morning because OMG TOO HOT!

I even stumbled out to the living room to check the brand new thermostat to make sure it wasn't randomly trying to broil me alive again. (Seriously, yesterday afternoon it decided that instead of being 72 degrees like we set it, it should really be 85, and by the time I noticed it was getting warmer, it was nearly up to 80 and I was all "NOOOO, stop that, bad thermostat!" and then I made Captain read the instructions and supposedly he reprogrammed it to stop defaulting to 85 three times a day for no real reason.)

Anywho, while I was standing in the kitchen because I was thirsty (because OMG TOO HOT!) and trying to convince myself that an oatmeal cream pie doesn't actually count as a breakfast food just because it has oatmeal in it (I ate one anyway, oops) I had the bestest idea for a RPG EVAH!

A Star Wars/Lovecraftian cross-over!

And then Captain woke up and totally burst my bubble by handing me a copy of Death Troopers, which is a Star Wars/Zombie horror novel.

Also, I have an exchange fic to finish before I can let myself be distracted by all the plotty detail things necessary for world building an RPG. AND, even if I had the time to do it right now, it will be nearly impossible to find people to play my (hopefully) creepy, creepy Star Wars/Lovecraftian game because sometimes hard-core gamer dudes are all "Sure, chicks can play with us because we like the idea of being around people who smell nice once in awhile. BUT chicks can't GM because that would be silly, and what do chicks really know about monsters/Star Wars/how to be a furry-footed burrower?" I know, I know, I'm totally using stereotypes about gamer dudes, bad Miah, but it really is difficult to find people willing to trust a new GM. Sometimes doubly so when the new GM is a girl. Even if she has run a game or ten before.

So, I run the risk of putting a lot of work into world/mythos/lore building only to find out I have no one but Captain to run a game for. If you consider that Captain is sort of more informed about the Star Wars universe than I am (also, he has some absurd need to actually apply physics to things when I tend to go more toward dramatic comedy shenanigans), and he totally has more knowledge of all things Lovecraft... it could be a very boring/annoying game for both of us if he's my only player.

Also, there would be sniping at each other, because that's what we do when one of us is running a game. We argue over things like obscure rules and physics and canon and whether or not that sentient tree with the leafy tentacles really would have a resistance to blaster bolts or if I was just making that up to annoy my husband. (Short answer? Yes to the second.)

Anywho, this is me making a note for when Captain goes to WLC in a few weeks, reminding myself that I should be done with my Exchange fic by then (knock on wood, fingers crossed, salt over the shoulder) and therefore should have the time to work on an awesomesauce storyline for my totally original and not at all done to death RPG idea.

Now, it's been three hours since I woke up, Captain has left for work, the bed should be cool again, I think it's nap time.
missmiah: (Sanity)
( Jul. 6th, 2011 02:47 pm)
Very pale honeydew melon, why do you have to sneak onto my fork and make me think you're a tasty tasty chunk of pineapple? But no, you are not tasty tasty, you are pleh.

PLEH.

Other than picking around melon in my big bowl of fruit and staring at an open word document while I pretend I'm a Serious Writer (of fanfic), I really haven't done too much today.

I did some household maintenance - fed the dog, emptied the dishwasher, filled the water bowl, wiped down the cabinets and counter, paid the bills, bothered to get dressed, etc. Then I joined meetup.com because we ran into a group of people at Family Game Night at the local game store, and they have "regular" meetups in the CSRA area and were all "Hi, here's our URL, sign up and come meet us to play games" and Captain and I were all "Woot! Human interaction!".

So that happened.

I did learn how to play Nuns on the Run though.

Captain and I have also been playing Dominion and Thunderstone at the game store a lot lately, in our on-going bid to not become shut-in hermits. True, we usually play by ourselves, but once in awhile the owner of the store will sit in for a game or two.

On Saturday - while we were at the game store, coincidentally enough - Captain ran into the GM of our bi-monthly Call of Cthulhu game, and that guy was just about to meet his weekly DnD 4.0 game, so I talked Captain into watching them play so that I could pull out my laptop and work on my Exchange fic. I managed roughly 500 words in a room crowded with two RPG groups and about a jillion teenage Yu-Gi-Oh players, so I consider that a success. Even if the little teenage brats kept trying to scoot into my half of the table with their card game. I was there first (hours before them) so they could just suffer until the DnD game was done at six and we were ready to leave. Besides, what ever happened to respecting your elders? Young whippersnappers.

We did learn that we don't want to be near the store on Saturday or Thursday evenings, because that's when the card gamers show up, and they are LOUD. Although, they do curse less than the RPG'ers.

So, now that I'm done picking all the pineapple out of the fruit bowl, I shall leave the gross melon and soggy strawberries for the Captain and put my writing music on repeat and see if I can get past the bugger of a scene that has had me stuck for nearly a month. I've been trying to write around it, but it's sort of pivotal to the entire plot so I really need to just buckle down and Do It.
missmiah: (Sanity)
( Jul. 6th, 2011 02:47 pm)
Very pale honeydew melon, why do you have to sneak onto my fork and make me think you're a tasty tasty chunk of pineapple? But no, you are not tasty tasty, you are pleh.

PLEH.

Other than picking around melon in my big bowl of fruit and staring at an open word document while I pretend I'm a Serious Writer (of fanfic), I really haven't done too much today.

I did some household maintenance - fed the dog, emptied the dishwasher, filled the water bowl, wiped down the cabinets and counter, paid the bills, bothered to get dressed, etc. Then I joined meetup.com because we ran into a group of people at Family Game Night at the local game store, and they have "regular" meetups in the CSRA area and were all "Hi, here's our URL, sign up and come meet us to play games" and Captain and I were all "Woot! Human interaction!".

So that happened.

I did learn how to play Nuns on the Run though.

Captain and I have also been playing Dominion and Thunderstone at the game store a lot lately, in our on-going bid to not become shut-in hermits. True, we usually play by ourselves, but once in awhile the owner of the store will sit in for a game or two.

On Saturday - while we were at the game store, coincidentally enough - Captain ran into the GM of our bi-monthly Call of Cthulhu game, and that guy was just about to meet his weekly DnD 4.0 game, so I talked Captain into watching them play so that I could pull out my laptop and work on my Exchange fic. I managed roughly 500 words in a room crowded with two RPG groups and about a jillion teenage Yu-Gi-Oh players, so I consider that a success. Even if the little teenage brats kept trying to scoot into my half of the table with their card game. I was there first (hours before them) so they could just suffer until the DnD game was done at six and we were ready to leave. Besides, what ever happened to respecting your elders? Young whippersnappers.

We did learn that we don't want to be near the store on Saturday or Thursday evenings, because that's when the card gamers show up, and they are LOUD. Although, they do curse less than the RPG'ers.

So, now that I'm done picking all the pineapple out of the fruit bowl, I shall leave the gross melon and soggy strawberries for the Captain and put my writing music on repeat and see if I can get past the bugger of a scene that has had me stuck for nearly a month. I've been trying to write around it, but it's sort of pivotal to the entire plot so I really need to just buckle down and Do It.
It took hours (literally) but thanks to Beck's help, I officially play World of Warcraft as of this afternoon.

That's right, I have a Night Elf Rogue named Justmyrtle, and her greatest talent at the moment seems to be getting into a fight and facing the wrong direction while things hit her. Yep. I am She is incompetent.

That is all.
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It took hours (literally) but thanks to Beck's help, I officially play World of Warcraft as of this afternoon.

That's right, I have a Night Elf Rogue named Justmyrtle, and her greatest talent at the moment seems to be getting into a fight and facing the wrong direction while things hit her. Yep. I am She is incompetent.

That is all.
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So.

Yes.

Right.

I had a to do list of two items for today (well, it was a bit longer if you count the things I'm supposed to do everyday like medicate the cat and the dog and myself and eat and breath and try not to drown in the tub and all that).

So far I've managed to do neither.

I sat down to work on my chosen prompt for [livejournal.com profile] celebrate_sshg and ended up plotting out a scene for a completely unrelated ss/hg/lm fic that I've been dabbling in on and off for awhile. Of course, I didn't actually get that scene written, either.

The other thing I was supposed to do was learn how to play World of Warcraft (don't judge). Last night I picked a class and a race and even a name, but I haven't actually downloaded anything or logged in to anything or done anything to start playing. Mostly, I read some stuff about picking classes (and races and names) and insisted that I needed to work on writing my fic before I got too involved. (Someone is waiting for me to join so we can go run off and kill things together and loot bodies and quest and other things I've forgotten already, but which might eventually end up with my character being followed around by something small and cute that may or may not have some awesome dance moves. I hope.)

Per my earlier paragraph, you can see how far along I got on that item.

In other news, things happened around the house that I'm not allowed to talk about yet, so I don't know why I bothered mentioning that.

Well, I did manage to get the cat medicated, and I did not drown in the tub, so the day is not a complete waste, right?
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So.

Yes.

Right.

I had a to do list of two items for today (well, it was a bit longer if you count the things I'm supposed to do everyday like medicate the cat and the dog and myself and eat and breath and try not to drown in the tub and all that).

So far I've managed to do neither.

I sat down to work on my chosen prompt for [livejournal.com profile] celebrate_sshg and ended up plotting out a scene for a completely unrelated ss/hg/lm fic that I've been dabbling in on and off for awhile. Of course, I didn't actually get that scene written, either.

The other thing I was supposed to do was learn how to play World of Warcraft (don't judge). Last night I picked a class and a race and even a name, but I haven't actually downloaded anything or logged in to anything or done anything to start playing. Mostly, I read some stuff about picking classes (and races and names) and insisted that I needed to work on writing my fic before I got too involved. (Someone is waiting for me to join so we can go run off and kill things together and loot bodies and quest and other things I've forgotten already, but which might eventually end up with my character being followed around by something small and cute that may or may not have some awesome dance moves. I hope.)

Per my earlier paragraph, you can see how far along I got on that item.

In other news, things happened around the house that I'm not allowed to talk about yet, so I don't know why I bothered mentioning that.

Well, I did manage to get the cat medicated, and I did not drown in the tub, so the day is not a complete waste, right?
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Go me.

I'm totally jinxing myself by mentioning this, but I've been slowly making my way through the SS/HG Exchange gifts the last two weeks and I am now... dun dun duuuunnnnn Less than a month behind!

WOOOOTTTTT

Yeah, I know, it's still sad, but I have to give myself little achievable goals once in awhile to build my self esteem and all that.

Anywho, there's that hiatus for the con in that last month, so there is a chance I might actually get completely caught up BEFORE the exchange ends if I keep reading and reviewing at this rate.

In other non-fandom news, Captain and I spent the evening hanging out at the game store, playing a board game with strangers. Carcassonne is, first of all, very difficult to spell, and secondly, kind of fun to play. Tuesday nights are family board game nights at the game store, so we might try to swing by again in the future.
Go me.

I'm totally jinxing myself by mentioning this, but I've been slowly making my way through the SS/HG Exchange gifts the last two weeks and I am now... dun dun duuuunnnnn Less than a month behind!

WOOOOTTTTT

Yeah, I know, it's still sad, but I have to give myself little achievable goals once in awhile to build my self esteem and all that.

Anywho, there's that hiatus for the con in that last month, so there is a chance I might actually get completely caught up BEFORE the exchange ends if I keep reading and reviewing at this rate.

In other non-fandom news, Captain and I spent the evening hanging out at the game store, playing a board game with strangers. Carcassonne is, first of all, very difficult to spell, and secondly, kind of fun to play. Tuesday nights are family board game nights at the game store, so we might try to swing by again in the future.
Firstly - parts of this weekend blew. Just getting that out in the open. I suspected it was going to be a major wad of suckitude around Friday when I realized that I was being very productive of late. Very. Lots of writing, some gnome painting, faux-dazzling, organizing lots of tiny little bits of faux-dazzle, lining up my paints in color order, replacing my three months broken toilet seat, hand mopping the bathroom floor, agreeing to join a yoga class, things like this.

While it's all fun and games while it lasts, it's also usually a sign that I'm in the middle of a manic episode and soon there will be a crash and almost as if realizing the crash is coming actually triggers the crash... it happens and is so not the point of this post.

The point is that today many things happened to make me a happy Miah.


  • My Ravelry invite arrived in my e-mail, and now I can play around with that.
  • My brand new yoga clothes arrived. AND they fit. Sort of. They're comfy as heck, but I purposely ordered parts of them too big so that while I'm in the gym I can feel all covered up and not having to spaz because zomg some skinny bitch is rolling her eyes at my fat rollsssss. Skinny bitch may know I'm fat, but she won't be able to actually see the fat because I shall be wearing the biggest, most shapeless shirt I could find, and I look a bit like an elephant that has lost a lot of weight on a flash diet and is now all saggy skin... What? Going to the gym is stressful enough without the tight workout clothes being on display. I got the tight stuff too, it's just under the elephant shirt.
  • My order from Whimsic Alley came in. Sarah and I are talking about going to the Hallows and Horcruxes Ball at K-State in March, and if we go, we're thinking about dressing up. I needed supplies and there was a sale. DON'T JUDGE.
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera was on sale at Wal-Mart, of all places. And now it is mine.
  • As a present to myself for finishing an entire fic (short as it may be) in just over a month, I bought Animal Crossing: City Folk for the Wii and have been adoring it.
  • Finally - Flowers! Half a dozen pink roses from the Captain, just because I had a cruddy weekend. Seriously, I do not say it often enough. I love that man.


So, just thought I'd share.
Firstly - parts of this weekend blew. Just getting that out in the open. I suspected it was going to be a major wad of suckitude around Friday when I realized that I was being very productive of late. Very. Lots of writing, some gnome painting, faux-dazzling, organizing lots of tiny little bits of faux-dazzle, lining up my paints in color order, replacing my three months broken toilet seat, hand mopping the bathroom floor, agreeing to join a yoga class, things like this.

While it's all fun and games while it lasts, it's also usually a sign that I'm in the middle of a manic episode and soon there will be a crash and almost as if realizing the crash is coming actually triggers the crash... it happens and is so not the point of this post.

The point is that today many things happened to make me a happy Miah.


  • My Ravelry invite arrived in my e-mail, and now I can play around with that.
  • My brand new yoga clothes arrived. AND they fit. Sort of. They're comfy as heck, but I purposely ordered parts of them too big so that while I'm in the gym I can feel all covered up and not having to spaz because zomg some skinny bitch is rolling her eyes at my fat rollsssss. Skinny bitch may know I'm fat, but she won't be able to actually see the fat because I shall be wearing the biggest, most shapeless shirt I could find, and I look a bit like an elephant that has lost a lot of weight on a flash diet and is now all saggy skin... What? Going to the gym is stressful enough without the tight workout clothes being on display. I got the tight stuff too, it's just under the elephant shirt.
  • My order from Whimsic Alley came in. Sarah and I are talking about going to the Hallows and Horcruxes Ball at K-State in March, and if we go, we're thinking about dressing up. I needed supplies and there was a sale. DON'T JUDGE.
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera was on sale at Wal-Mart, of all places. And now it is mine.
  • As a present to myself for finishing an entire fic (short as it may be) in just over a month, I bought Animal Crossing: City Folk for the Wii and have been adoring it.
  • Finally - Flowers! Half a dozen pink roses from the Captain, just because I had a cruddy weekend. Seriously, I do not say it often enough. I love that man.


So, just thought I'd share.
I just got home from a week and a half in KS. It was great seeing everyone again, but I was so happy to get home and see the dog and cats and sleep in my own bed and see Captain again. Not necessarily in that order.

Below the cut there are a crapload of pics guaranteed to kill the flist (which is why they're behind the cut) and me blathering about the HP release party we went to.

The Cut )
I just got home from a week and a half in KS. It was great seeing everyone again, but I was so happy to get home and see the dog and cats and sleep in my own bed and see Captain again. Not necessarily in that order.

Below the cut there are a crapload of pics guaranteed to kill the flist (which is why they're behind the cut) and me blathering about the HP release party we went to.

The Cut )
missmiah: (X-Mas)
( Dec. 28th, 2006 04:26 pm)
Been home since Monday, trying to veg and recover from all the driving and running around. We drove up north on Wednesday the 20th, roughly 500ish miles to visit [livejournal.com profile] alex_shultz. Friday was spent in Manhappiness getting my hair done at the salon with [livejournal.com profile] rewil, dinner with [livejournal.com profile] beeform, [livejournal.com profile] sigma7, Mr and Mrs [livejournal.com profile] perkygothess, [livejournal.com profile] hrhjahi and the future Mrs and her brother then back to the Perky's house to open presents in front of the web cam with [livejournal.com profile] grandpoohbah and her parents.

Saturday was 200 hundred miles east to my parents for the first of three Christmas gatherings in two days. Monday another 480ish miles back home. Oh, and a card from Captain's brother and his wife on Tuesday, which was the first of only two cards we got this year (the second was from the gaming store we go to in TX, oddly enough).

[livejournal.com profile] beeform, your cd has arrived and we'll be mailing that out soon, promise.

The Highlights )
missmiah: (X-Mas)
( Dec. 28th, 2006 04:26 pm)
Been home since Monday, trying to veg and recover from all the driving and running around. We drove up north on Wednesday the 20th, roughly 500ish miles to visit [livejournal.com profile] alex_shultz. Friday was spent in Manhappiness getting my hair done at the salon with [livejournal.com profile] rewil, dinner with [livejournal.com profile] beeform, [livejournal.com profile] sigma7, Mr and Mrs [livejournal.com profile] perkygothess, [livejournal.com profile] hrhjahi and the future Mrs and her brother then back to the Perky's house to open presents in front of the web cam with [livejournal.com profile] grandpoohbah and her parents.

Saturday was 200 hundred miles east to my parents for the first of three Christmas gatherings in two days. Monday another 480ish miles back home. Oh, and a card from Captain's brother and his wife on Tuesday, which was the first of only two cards we got this year (the second was from the gaming store we go to in TX, oddly enough).

[livejournal.com profile] beeform, your cd has arrived and we'll be mailing that out soon, promise.

The Highlights )
Sent Captain out to get the mail this evening and discovered that someone has given me a subscription to Craft magazine. They didn't tell me who it was from. Who ever you were - and I think I've narrowed it down to two possibilities - thank you.

In other news, after having the game for over two years now I've finally sat down and started to play Sims 2. In the sense that I started the game and went "wow, this is a lot more complicated that the first game" and dragged out the players guides for the expansion packs and am just now finishing my first dorm for the Hogwarts University I'm making to go with my custom but not yet built neighborhood of Hogsmeade.

Yeah, I'm a dork.
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Sent Captain out to get the mail this evening and discovered that someone has given me a subscription to Craft magazine. They didn't tell me who it was from. Who ever you were - and I think I've narrowed it down to two possibilities - thank you.

In other news, after having the game for over two years now I've finally sat down and started to play Sims 2. In the sense that I started the game and went "wow, this is a lot more complicated that the first game" and dragged out the players guides for the expansion packs and am just now finishing my first dorm for the Hogwarts University I'm making to go with my custom but not yet built neighborhood of Hogsmeade.

Yeah, I'm a dork.
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