…with a bad urge to boogie
You’re probably wondering why I called you all here. Well…
I’m finding myself all taken up with the writing fever. Mostly, as usual, this writing is for personal use…BUT…it could have some potential for sale…SO…I’m not gonna say much about it…BUT…a few of you will be getting copies of it to read/play/send me feedback on. More on this as it shapes up.
The Kingdom Building Game is, I fear, almost to the point where I can’t do turns in less than a month. Not only are the details growing, but there is about to be a bigass bunch of PC to PC and PC to NPC interaction, which will seriously boost the complexity factor. So, to my players, get ready for 4-5 weeks between turns.
I’ve decided to go ahead and pre-reg for Conquest Sac, even tho I’m going to GM there. Gotta support the local con in it’s first year and all that. But they only get my money up front this one time. And that free t-shirt had better look good:)
Speaking of Conquest Sac, I’m thinking that some of us locals need to do some party planning. Can’t have a proper con without a party or two, now can we?
About half of the seeds I started have popped up. The peas are going like gangbusters and the dill, fennel, squash and lone tomato seedling are doing well. This weekend, I’ll start some more seeds and prepare the various garden beds. I may even buy a few flowers to plant and get a bit more color out there.
I’m not much for sports, but Grace likes to watch the Olympics, so we have been recording and watching big bunches of it. So, am I the only one who finds curling to be almost hypnotic? We sit and watch every bit of the rock sliding action, despite the fact that, at it’s heart, curling is basically just a game of marbles.
Spring Curryfest 2006 will arrive at Chez Cross a touch early this year. Like, this weekend. This time out, we’re talking Lamb Curry, baby. MmmmmMmmmm!
Also on the cooking front, the February edition of Iron Chef Aslin Way is way late. I think I’ll send the Iron Wife out on Sunday to buy the Mystery Ingredient. Then, on Monday, I’ll once again attempt to win the hearts of the common folk with my mad culinary skillz.
And now, off to my regular session in Dr. Yen’s EZ Bake oven, then work.