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Scarab Sages

Huzzah! Another milestone reached! Achievement unlocked!

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I always like to achieve things while nekkid!!

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Less than 6000 posts to go.

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I appear to be in the midst of a one zombie miniblitz.

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Go me!

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Mmmmm....coffee.

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My brother got his Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles in from the kick starter. Not bad. Almost makes me wish I had participated.

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He texted me a picture late last night of a dungeon he and my nephew built on their dining room table.

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I always just find it easier to draw the dungeon out on a wet-dry grid.

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But the dungeon tiles are cool.

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My boy is officially a little turd.

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He came walking in just now with a pack of fruit snacks. I asked if I could have one, even said please. His answer was no.

Little s&&~ball! I bought those for you!!!

Scarab Sages

It's like his part French or something.

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Half-way through my second cup of coffee.

Scarab Sages

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If someone had told me 5 years ago that in 2013 I'd be living in Texas, working in the oil and gas industry, father to an awesome little boy, and spending a quiet Sunday morning typing on Paizo WHILE drinking my second cup of coffee....

...I'd have asked him to give me a hit of whatever he was smoking.

Scarab Sages

Funny how life works.

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It's always the quiet times when I reflect. My life has taken a strange course. Mostly good. Some bad. But all in all, I can't complain. I sometimes get caught up in worrying about the "big picture", but never so much that I lose track of all the little things. I like to think that, no matter what, I can always find something positive to say about each and every day.

And that, in my not even remotely humble opinion, is the secret to a happy life. That you can look at each and every day and say something along the lines of - "Hey! This is something good that happened today."

Scarab Sages

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In the words of that dude from Duck Dynasty - Happy! Happy! Happy!

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I don't normally watch that show, but I've seen a few episodes. It's very funny. And while I get the feeling some of it's contrived, I also think there's a good bit of genuine reality - especially from Phil.

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Damn, I think this is the most posting I've done in a good while.

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All right folks, I'm done with my second cup of coffee, so I'm gonna go hang with my boy while mommy gets a shower. Later people!


hi everyone


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I hope everyone is doing well. I'm not going to try to catch up on 600+ posts.

My son in law's Mom has mercifully passed away.

Thank you all for all the good thoughts and prayers.

Take care.

My condolences BT. My uncle just passed this past week as well. It was not unexpected, but it was still a blow, and brought up emotions tied to other recent things. I hope your daughter and son-in-law are doing ok.

my condolences and positive thoughts to both of you BT and Patrick


Aberzombie wrote:

Wife made me put the heat on. "Just to take the chill off." she says.

Wimp. It was only 69 degrees.

Pah! Lightweight! 69 degrees is too hot!


Aberzombie wrote:
Still, if this is the worst the Houston winter has to offer us, then I'll be a happy zombie!

Don't worry. I've got my Wunian snow dancing shoes and weather dominator ready to give you a more normal winter experience.


Aberzombie wrote:
Winter? Texas laughs at your feeble winter.

How can that be when Texas is the one with the feeble winter?


yesterday Kingmaker, it was good, the Oligarchy of Sevenwaters now spreads around the Tuskwater and Candlemere

Kingmaker Spoiler:
I foreshadowed the last book a bit more wit a secred cellar room in Candlemere tower that was a shrine to the Nightmare Roc (or however the huge raven is called) with disturbing images of a gigantic raven and a raven statue, the human bane dagger was hidden in a secret compartment in the statue and wan formed like ravens beak with a basket hilt formed like a ravens head,
I added a bunch of tooth fearies from the blog to the will o wisp in the tower


COOL! I just played Kingmaker last night myself. The Lords of Verlandia always know how to throw a monkeywrench into things...It's challenging and fascinating.

Scarab Sages

Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Winter? Texas laughs at your feeble winter.
How can that be when Texas is the one with the feeble winter?

Exactly! Winter is too scared to show up down here.

Grand Lodge

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It's 76 here in Phoenix. I should adjust the thermostat.


80 in Las Vegas yesterday. Help my mother lay grass seed and fertilizer yesterday. Love it. It was fun.


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aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I hope everyone is doing well. I'm not going to try to catch up on 600+ posts.

My son in law's Mom has mercifully passed away.

Thank you all for all the good thoughts and prayers.

Take care.

My condolences BT. My uncle just passed this past week as well. It was not unexpected, but it was still a blow, and brought up emotions tied to other recent things. I hope your daughter and son-in-law are doing ok.
my condolences and positive thoughts to both of you BT and Patrick

Same here,

Condolences BT & Pat, prayers for you and your families


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*yawn* *stretch*

Shadow Lodge

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Mid 60s here. Just drove from Chattanooga to Lafayette and back with the windows down and blasting Two Steps From Hell the whole way.

Only complaint was that my hands got cold, but turning on the air vent (not heat, not AC, just vent) to middle-of-the-circle temp solved that problem easy.

Was beautiful out otherwise. I love the Georgia countryside away from the city. I'd live out there myself if I could afford it. The older I get the more I want to live away from cities and with some actual space between me and other people.


Yee-ha! My lasagna fu has come through for me again! Who needs to look at a recipe after 30 years of making the stuff? Maybe more shrooms next time, though.


Morning.

Moving on with the preparations...


Hit 6 out of 10 numbers in lottery. That is about 12 zloty which makes it highest prize I got in lotteries yet.


Congratulations Drejk, hope the preparations are going nicely too. That it won't be too onerous.

And Monday morning.... *yawn* ....


Definitely *yawn*

Scarab Sages

Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Somewhat happy Monday! I only say 'somewhat' because....well....Monday.

Mondays can never be truly awesome.

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Walking Dead was awesome last night. Unfortunately, I stayed up to watch Talking Dead afterwards. This morning I am regretting the less sleep.

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Tonight, I'm helping my younger brother brew a more "traditional" mead.

By "traditional" I mean probably not nearly as good as the mead I usually make. Still, it should be interesting.

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All right. Short and sweet this morning. Got s&%+ to do. Later folks.


Been sick since friday...


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Just a quick post to thank CH, TQ, and BAH for the AWESOME GAMING YESTERDAY!!!!!!! APPLE CINNAMON BREAD AND LEMON CHICKEN FOR LIFE!!!!!!!!

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?

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We had fun with PF yesterday! I had a pyromaniac gnome wizard who succeeded in burning down every adventuring site we visited. Fawesome.

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And yes, I brought apple cinnamon bread.


Edited the above to make it more accurate.

Grand Lodge

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I have registered for the spring semester! I have very busy Thursdays for those months. O.o

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