November 26th, 2015

Happy U.S. Thanksgiving Day

Happy Thanksgiving Day to all my friends and everyone down in the United States today.

Turkey Day means you're all going to get stuffed with roast bird and all, but it's also a day for being thankful for all the things in life that you have - family, friends, and other stuff.

Enjoy, all! :)

A Bad Afternoon

Had my five- or six-week session of feet care at the Footcare clinic that I go to this afternoon.

It was not a good session. I have developed a hammertoe on my driving foot, and the pain during today's treatments was kind of fierce. To add to the matters, I've got several red areas on my toes that the footcare clinician said aren't infections, but more likely due to rubbing of either socks or shoes on the affected areas. I'll be having to take better care of my feet, and keep an eye on this problem for the near future.

On the way home, I stopped off at the bank to take care of some banking transactions that I needed to make. Good thing, too. I am really effing tired of the low value of the Canadian dollar, and today we can make that effing squared! In addition, I forgot about the dollar conversion rate for some of the Kickstarters that I've recently backed, and this has just bitten me in the ass. I think I won't be backing an Kickstarter projects for the next while, much as I might want to, and my rpg purchases are going to have to be curtailed for some time as well. Awww, nuts! :(

Wednesday Night Game Report - Chill 3rd Edition Session 6

Last night, the Wednesday night players continued to play in their Chill 3rd Edition RPG campaign. Here are the game session notes. You can read about the previous session in this journal entry. This blog entry is relatively long, so I've put it behind a cut so that folks who don't want to read any detailed rpg posts don't have to.

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Wednesday night's game session of the Chill 3rd Edition campaign was a pretty good one, satisfying from my point of view for the most part, though the players and their characters missed a few things. I'm confident that this group of players is bright enough that they'll come back to some stuff they need to, but the game session had some good roleplaying moments, featured a few interesting bits of interaction among the characters, and furthered the plot for the most part.

I'm rather looking forward to the next game session of the Wednesday night Chill 3rd Edition campaign, and the players hinted they might play more frequently over the next little while, what with Christmas and New Year's coming up next month. Whatever the case, I'm looking forward to the next game session.