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Getting Ready for Friday Night Gaming

Got home from grocery shopping late this afternoon, and feeling tired still. Not to mention the leg and foot pain from the PAD. (See the previous post.)

Gaming this evenng with the Friday gaming group is on, but what we're going to play tonight is a matter of debate. The Friday night gamers informed in not-so eloquent speech earlier this week that they don't want to continue the Sorcerers of Ur-Turuk fantasy system, as they would rather go back to the Capharnaüm - The Tales of the Dragon-Marked fantasy rpg or get back to the Coriolis - The Third Horizon science fiction rpg instead.

Seeing as how I'm not prepared to run either of those games this evening, and will need at least a couple of weeks to get back into the swing of either of those two games, what we play tonight should be...interesting.

Looking forward to tonight's game session, though.

In the meantime, I need to get upstairs and make something for supper. All I know for sure is that it will include salad and a side veggie. Oh, and there will be a protein of some sort.

Have a good evening, folks. :)
Tags: capharnaum rpg, coriolis rpg, errands, food hut, friday gaming group, grocery shopping, health hut, personal, rpg, rpg hut, sorcerers of ur-turuk rpg, supper
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