I spent the entire day in bed today sleeping. Yet, I’m still tired. I suppose this is the price I must pay for sinking so much energy into my latest project, to the point of sacrificing sleep, during the week my ex was here.
Roughly 2-3 hours of gameplay was recorded and I’m still sifting through it all, selecting clips. At least this second episode gave me a better idea of how I should run the process. It doesn’t feel as overwhelming now.
I finally completed the first episode of this project!
I don’t know how I missed the fact that the release date for the Secret of Mana remake is the 15th of this month, but I did. Today I happened to see a post on Twitter about it being available on Steam upon release. Continue reading
Yesterday it was snowing. Today it is still snowing. Enough so that there was an hour delay with the school buses. I spent all day working on my FFXI video series and it got me reminiscing of my childhood. I grew up to see the transition from arcades to in home systems. Looking back, it’s hard to believe that the consoles almost didn’t make it.
I’ve finally decided to take the plunge and start recording gameplay in FFXI for YouTube with my avatar sitting in for me.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you that we survived the blizzard just fine. It’s funny how a deep blanket of snow can make the house warmer. School had been cancelled the night before in anticipation of the storm and we had a two hour delay the next day.
While I did get Chapter 13 finished and started on Chapter 14, my internet connection has been wonky all day. It makes streaming music challenging and frustrating.
So I’ve been spending all day trying to figure out what I want to say. All because yet again I failed to bother filling out the mood tracker chart again and I feel obligated to report in for the week. If nothing else just to touch base with myself.
This is mostly for my friend, Razor, since I don’t know of anyone else playing FFXI that reads my blog. It’s worth noting that I plan to transfer over all my Team Toad pages from LiveJournal to here. It’s just a matter of getting around to it. Continue reading