John Kahane (jkahane) wrote,
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Friday Morning Thoughts

Friday morning. The weekend is nearly upon us. Yay!

In good news, the foot spasms that I was having have stopped once again. I managed to get a decent night's sleep, but was woken around 4:30 am (about 45 minutes before the alarm would have gone off) by acid reflux stuff. Not pleasant. My feet are somewhat sore today, after the handling and caring for of my toe nails yesterday. It will take a couple of days for them to stabilise a bit again. *sigh*

Work at the office so far today has been quiet, and there's just the usual Friday stuff going on. The two projects I'm working on are keeping me relatively busy, with periods of inactivity. Managed to spend a bit of time surfing the 'net the last two days, and catching up on a few things.

Since today is Friday, I'll be playing again tonight with my Friday group of players, as they'll be continuing on with the Yggdrasill RPG campaign. I'm actually quite looking forward to running the game this evening.

I have also reconciled myself to the fact that I need to get the two Atlantis: The Second Age scenarios for CanGames 2014 ready, without having the actual rulebook to use for this purpose. So I'll be starting to do some more work on this over the weekend in my copiousscarce free time.

However, for now, back to work and a cup of peppermint tea.
Tags: atlantis rpg, cangames, convention, foot problems, footcare, friday gaming group, gaming hut, health hut, office, pain tolerance, personal, rpg, rpg hut, scenarios, work, yggdrasill rpg

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