September 14th, 2012

Friday Morning Thoughts

Having a good morning, so far.

Woke up this morning with little pain anywhere other than the back and the toe, though I didn't sleep well, tossing and turning somewhat. Felt a bit more refreshed than I have in several days, so that's a good thing.

Came in to work about 7:15 am, and am glad I'm in the controlled environment. The air outside was heavy and moist, and my chest started to hurt a bit by the time I got to the office. Work for today is somewhat light, so I've been doing a bit of reading on the internet, although things will catch up with me when the lunch time arrives, as the boss has been talking about a major new project that will cross my desk.

In the meantime, I'm looking forward to this evening's game with the Friday night group of Broken Rooms, and continuing on with that campaign.

Noble Knight Carrying Shadows of Esteren RPG

Just saw this morning that the Noble Knight Games newsletter that I received mentioned that they're stocking the Shadows of Esteren rpg.

It's a pretty good price for the standard book, so I've just ordered myself another copy of the book. Can't resist, as I always like to have two (2) copies of any game that I'm actually running.

Of Books and RPGs

Have arrived home from work, and am quite tired.

Found that I had two small packages arrive. First, the new Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Rattle Them Bones arrived from The ConneXtion. Been looking forward to this for some time, and the copy's signed by the band members.

Second, there was a large package from Amazon containing three books - Time Machines Repaired While-U-Wait and Paradox Resolution, both by K.A. Bedford, and Other Worlds Than These edited by John Joseph Adams. Looking forward to reading all three of the books.

In the meantime, plenty to do this afternoon, getting ready to run Broken Rooms tonight, and I need to keep looking through the Primeval RPG for some of the errata there. Oh, and there's the Shadows of Esteren RPG that I really want to start immersing myself into somewhat.