So this is what being a 'young professional' feels like?
Why is it so hard to schedule my next D&D game?
Being non-monogamous can be the best of single life and being in a committed relationship; getting to meet and date new people, and have constant companion to come home to and explore the world with.
Being non-monogamous the worst of both; the rollercoaster of hope and rejection the is today's dating scene, and the frustrations inherent to living with, and taking into consideration the wants and needs of another person.
Trying to text while on the local Metro bus is a recipe for car sickness.
Where should I explore next in Fallout 4?
Why can I never catch up on my podcasts and audiobooks?
Should I practice my German some more, or continue to be lazy? I still have a year before my big trip over there...
Anyways, feel free to ask me anything.
My wife is Deiana on here.
My princess is KelseyD87 on here.
I'm gaming my way to happiness. CivV (and Beyond Earth) and Fallout 4 on my free time. D&D (or some other TRPG) when I'm hanging out with my friends.
And when I need some me time away from my computer, I like to take my DSLR around town to see if I can capture the perfect photo.
I haven't been wearing my hats as much lately, stupid corporate dress codes, so I've started keeping up an awesome beard instead!
Apparently my hair?
Tv Shows: Firefly (Why yes, my coat is a sort of brownish colour, why do you ask?), Doctor Who, Buffy/Angel, Dollhouse, Game of Thrones, Dead Like Me, Mad Men, Mythbusters...
Movies: Serenity, Repo! the Genetic Opera, the Hudsucker Proxy, Lola Rennt!, Pan's Labyrinth, the Labyrinth, V for Vendetta...
Music: My top pandora stations are 'Deadmau5', 'Mumford & Sons', 'Skyrim', & 'Fallout 3'. I also have recently really gotten into 'Electro-Swing'.
Food: Falafel, Gyros, Beef Schwarma, Wiener Schnitzel, Spätzel, Eiskänder Kebab
Heh, I've left this on here so long I'm soon to be starting my third major Ebberron campaign, in a third D&D edition.