Today is the day I subject my readers to a ray of confusion. These are random thoughts!
- For fourteen months my family never got sick as we hunkered down against CoVid-19. Last week, a cold blew threw and it was not enjoyable.
- I’m a fan of Jon Stewart, but I was not pleased with his take on CoVid-19’s origin on Colbert the other night.
- One of my DM Tales YouTube videos has gotten picked up by the old school play style folks, so it’s showing modest views. This makes me rather happy 1.
- Just finished episode two of Loki. The MCU should not be possible, but it is being pulled of in ways that boggle my mind.
- My mental energy level to make decisions is at record low levels. I can ramp up for a bit to keep things functioning, but then I just crash. This year has taken its toll 2.
- There were over twenty people at outdoor worship on Sunday. I almost cried.
- Impostor syndrome is a real thing. I tend to turn into the skid and surf it, but some times it easier than others 3.
- Just got a DMCA takedown notice to Central’s web-page. With a link to download a “proof file.” No thanks 4.
- Ugh, scammers put me in a terrible mood.
- I kinda wish I’d dived back into Table Top Role Playing games a lot sooner. I can’t do miniatures the way a lot of people obsess over them, and I like a digital table for my encounter maps 5, but the hobby is a wonderful outlet 6.
I’ve found the two things which ping the most are anything about maps and Old School game play talk. ↩
But I’m finding some in writing again, so that’s fun. ↩
I do find it hysterical that folks listen to anything I say. I mean, I know me. I’m a doofus. ↩
Every photo on the website was either taken by me or downloaded from Squarespace’s free stock photo access. ↩
I hate clutter and if I took out templates to measure spells I’d end up knocking everything over. The more careful I try to be, the more spastic I get. ↩
Now I just need to work on creating the spiritual journey campaign I’ve been musing. The concept of role playing as discipleship fascinates me, but I want to work on the skillset a bit more first. ↩