Sunshine Friday

Reading: I am peeking at the Automatic Detective when I am not buried under schoolwork.

Planning: Heading to Delaware and Jersey this weekend but not before we get our Burning Wheel on tonight. I cannot wait to see the guys again.

Wearing: Jeans and a stripy sweater.

Writing: D&D Holidays and school stuff.

You?

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28 thoughts on “Sunshine Friday

  1. Reading: Baby books, Complete Scoundrel, health insurance apps.

    Planning: VTES tonight, a baby shower.

    Wearing: Blue Jeans, sensible shoes, trippy purple T, blue cord shirt, favorite cardigan.

    Writing: Emails and some snarky commentary.

  2. Reading: Baby books, Complete Scoundrel, health insurance apps.

    Planning: VTES tonight, a baby shower.

    Wearing: Blue Jeans, sensible shoes, trippy purple T, blue cord shirt, favorite cardigan.

    Writing: Emails and some snarky commentary.

  3. Reading: Baby books, Complete Scoundrel, health insurance apps.

    Planning: VTES tonight, a baby shower.

    Wearing: Blue Jeans, sensible shoes, trippy purple T, blue cord shirt, favorite cardigan.

    Writing: Emails and some snarky commentary.

  4. Reading: Baby books, Complete Scoundrel, health insurance apps.

    Planning: VTES tonight, a baby shower.

    Wearing: Blue Jeans, sensible shoes, trippy purple T, blue cord shirt, favorite cardigan.

    Writing: Emails and some snarky commentary.

  5. I really liked the Automatic Detective. Fun little read.

    Reading: Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes
    Planning: Taxes and Dreamation planning on Sunday
    Wearing: Jeans/T-shirt
    Writing: This post?

    later
    Tom

  6. I really liked the Automatic Detective. Fun little read.

    Reading: Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes
    Planning: Taxes and Dreamation planning on Sunday
    Wearing: Jeans/T-shirt
    Writing: This post?

    later
    Tom

  7. I really liked the Automatic Detective. Fun little read.

    Reading: Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes
    Planning: Taxes and Dreamation planning on Sunday
    Wearing: Jeans/T-shirt
    Writing: This post?

    later
    Tom

  8. I really liked the Automatic Detective. Fun little read.

    Reading: Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes
    Planning: Taxes and Dreamation planning on Sunday
    Wearing: Jeans/T-shirt
    Writing: This post?

    later
    Tom

  9. Reading: Re-reading notes from class
    Planning: Resting up this weekend and continuing the recovery, maybe meeting some folks to see if they’re down for some Burning Wheel.
    Wearing: Jeans, Tron T-shirt & a fly pinstripe hat
    Writing: Not much at the moment.

  10. Reading: Re-reading notes from class
    Planning: Resting up this weekend and continuing the recovery, maybe meeting some folks to see if they’re down for some Burning Wheel.
    Wearing: Jeans, Tron T-shirt & a fly pinstripe hat
    Writing: Not much at the moment.

  11. Reading: Re-reading notes from class
    Planning: Resting up this weekend and continuing the recovery, maybe meeting some folks to see if they’re down for some Burning Wheel.
    Wearing: Jeans, Tron T-shirt & a fly pinstripe hat
    Writing: Not much at the moment.

  12. Reading: Re-reading notes from class
    Planning: Resting up this weekend and continuing the recovery, maybe meeting some folks to see if they’re down for some Burning Wheel.
    Wearing: Jeans, Tron T-shirt & a fly pinstripe hat
    Writing: Not much at the moment.

  13. Reading: A Clash of Kings.

    Planning: The Tucson RPG Guild February Gathering. It’s episode 3 of MCU: Gotham, my police procedural in Gotham City game.

    Wearing: My piratey Cayman Islands t-shirt, jeans, and birkies. It’s unseasonably warm.

    Writing: A five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries. Or rather, finding ways to avoid writing a five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Hey, the dryer buzzer just went off.

  14. Reading: A Clash of Kings.

    Planning: The Tucson RPG Guild February Gathering. It’s episode 3 of MCU: Gotham, my police procedural in Gotham City game.

    Wearing: My piratey Cayman Islands t-shirt, jeans, and birkies. It’s unseasonably warm.

    Writing: A five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries. Or rather, finding ways to avoid writing a five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Hey, the dryer buzzer just went off.

  15. Reading: A Clash of Kings.

    Planning: The Tucson RPG Guild February Gathering. It’s episode 3 of MCU: Gotham, my police procedural in Gotham City game.

    Wearing: My piratey Cayman Islands t-shirt, jeans, and birkies. It’s unseasonably warm.

    Writing: A five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries. Or rather, finding ways to avoid writing a five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Hey, the dryer buzzer just went off.

  16. Reading: A Clash of Kings.

    Planning: The Tucson RPG Guild February Gathering. It’s episode 3 of MCU: Gotham, my police procedural in Gotham City game.

    Wearing: My piratey Cayman Islands t-shirt, jeans, and birkies. It’s unseasonably warm.

    Writing: A five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries. Or rather, finding ways to avoid writing a five page essay on the development of graphic design in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Hey, the dryer buzzer just went off.

  17. Reading: Only Revolutions, crazy layout, poetry, stream of consciousness. Awesome book by my favorite author. Also, it’s about the American Dream, but not the one where you work hard and get a big house – the other one, with the freedom of the open road, life liberty and someone to share it (also outdoor fucking).

    Planning: Interview on Monday for a job that’s in a quantum state. Prospect is probably 3 months off but they’re still interested in me now, maybe I can swing Dreamation 2010 money out of it.

    Wearing: Polo shirt, slacks.

    Writing: A project document.

  18. Reading: Only Revolutions, crazy layout, poetry, stream of consciousness. Awesome book by my favorite author. Also, it’s about the American Dream, but not the one where you work hard and get a big house – the other one, with the freedom of the open road, life liberty and someone to share it (also outdoor fucking).

    Planning: Interview on Monday for a job that’s in a quantum state. Prospect is probably 3 months off but they’re still interested in me now, maybe I can swing Dreamation 2010 money out of it.

    Wearing: Polo shirt, slacks.

    Writing: A project document.

  19. Reading: Only Revolutions, crazy layout, poetry, stream of consciousness. Awesome book by my favorite author. Also, it’s about the American Dream, but not the one where you work hard and get a big house – the other one, with the freedom of the open road, life liberty and someone to share it (also outdoor fucking).

    Planning: Interview on Monday for a job that’s in a quantum state. Prospect is probably 3 months off but they’re still interested in me now, maybe I can swing Dreamation 2010 money out of it.

    Wearing: Polo shirt, slacks.

    Writing: A project document.

  20. Reading: Only Revolutions, crazy layout, poetry, stream of consciousness. Awesome book by my favorite author. Also, it’s about the American Dream, but not the one where you work hard and get a big house – the other one, with the freedom of the open road, life liberty and someone to share it (also outdoor fucking).

    Planning: Interview on Monday for a job that’s in a quantum state. Prospect is probably 3 months off but they’re still interested in me now, maybe I can swing Dreamation 2010 money out of it.

    Wearing: Polo shirt, slacks.

    Writing: A project document.

  21. Reading: Edge of Midnight RPG, may switch to Jo Walton’s Farthing.

    Planning: Boskone. Jo Walton is one of the guests.

    Wearing: GM t-shirt from Masks larp, undergarb, socks. Am about to crash.

    Writing: My zine for A&E #402, larp stuff. T-3 weeks. We did some good gelling of ideas, even if a lot of the detailed writing didn’t happen — the “what we decided” bits are where they need to be. When we hit the wall, said, “Okay, let’s take a break and write a one hour larp. 9 characters max.”

    And we did. Well, okay, we wrote the outline of it, but it could run next week if we didn’t work on, y’know, the larps we are committed to running next month.

  22. Reading: Edge of Midnight RPG, may switch to Jo Walton’s Farthing.

    Planning: Boskone. Jo Walton is one of the guests.

    Wearing: GM t-shirt from Masks larp, undergarb, socks. Am about to crash.

    Writing: My zine for A&E #402, larp stuff. T-3 weeks. We did some good gelling of ideas, even if a lot of the detailed writing didn’t happen — the “what we decided” bits are where they need to be. When we hit the wall, said, “Okay, let’s take a break and write a one hour larp. 9 characters max.”

    And we did. Well, okay, we wrote the outline of it, but it could run next week if we didn’t work on, y’know, the larps we are committed to running next month.

  23. Reading: Edge of Midnight RPG, may switch to Jo Walton’s Farthing.

    Planning: Boskone. Jo Walton is one of the guests.

    Wearing: GM t-shirt from Masks larp, undergarb, socks. Am about to crash.

    Writing: My zine for A&E #402, larp stuff. T-3 weeks. We did some good gelling of ideas, even if a lot of the detailed writing didn’t happen — the “what we decided” bits are where they need to be. When we hit the wall, said, “Okay, let’s take a break and write a one hour larp. 9 characters max.”

    And we did. Well, okay, we wrote the outline of it, but it could run next week if we didn’t work on, y’know, the larps we are committed to running next month.

  24. Reading: Edge of Midnight RPG, may switch to Jo Walton’s Farthing.

    Planning: Boskone. Jo Walton is one of the guests.

    Wearing: GM t-shirt from Masks larp, undergarb, socks. Am about to crash.

    Writing: My zine for A&E #402, larp stuff. T-3 weeks. We did some good gelling of ideas, even if a lot of the detailed writing didn’t happen — the “what we decided” bits are where they need to be. When we hit the wall, said, “Okay, let’s take a break and write a one hour larp. 9 characters max.”

    And we did. Well, okay, we wrote the outline of it, but it could run next week if we didn’t work on, y’know, the larps we are committed to running next month.

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