It has been a while since I bothered to update this blog. I am surprised that anyone is still reading, but here we are and so I write.
I have decided I like some good old fashion country music, which plays into my most recent UK trip, but I am getting ahead of myself. First a bit (albeit small) of gaming. I did not bring out my PSP once on my flight over to the UK, not even on the couple of trains that I had to take to my final destination. Even on the flight back I only played a few minutes of Star Wars Battlefront Renegade Squadron and some Final Fantasy Tactics, which pretty much is a sign of serious gaming Mellon Collie, or just gaming Sadness. Either way, I now have serious questions about the viability of my PSP.
The boys (the baby is not part of this twosome yet) are getting new Nintendo DS systems for Christmas. My oldest is getting the crimson version, while the middle kid is getting the polar version. Maybe dad needs one two. Still plenty of time before Christmas.
While I was out of town my baby became a toddler, taking a good five or six steps at a time. My wife also tore up her ACL. On the flight back my luggage did not make the return trip. My car would not start; the battery was dead. The keyboard on my Dell Inspiron 6000 died. There has to be a country song somewhere in all the mess.
Chris is calling it quits on his IOSBL. Too bad. Lots of bad news in a short period of time.
Crosman is sending me a new scope.
Dell is sending me a new keyboard even though onsite keyboard replacement is not part of their warranty program.
I am listening to country music.
Sweet Water Georgia Brown is the beer of choice, with a little Crown to wash it down for good measure.
Georgia is in a no win Sugar Bowl versus Hawaii, while Texas is doing the Holiday thing again. Kind of a bummer on both accounts.
Discombobulated? Maybe. That is the way things have been of late. Let’s recap. No PSP gaming on two 8+ hour flights. Lots of country music (more on this later); delayed luggage, dead battery, and my wife torn her ACL all on the same trip. Lots of good writing material. I am not ready to make nice, but there is always tomorrow.