… As told through a series of pictures.
At first I was playing a lot of Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Quick! Hand me a lightsaber!
I also spent a lot of time putting items into void storage in WoW.
Yup, that void storage is sure filling up fast!
Then it was time to go visit the folks for a week and a half over the holidays.
It's a four and a half hour drive... which I do about once a month.
Then Christmas happened.
I may have gotten a kindle.
I downloaded a Google Reader app to keep up with blogs. Then I downloaded Angry Birds and haven't looked back.
Then I made some more Star Wars characters.
Ashandi was my first character but then suddenly two more appeared. I have no idea where they came from... >_>
Xena demanded pettings.
We drove back home because the holidays were over and it was time to go back to work! Boo!
This is what you get when you google 'working clipart'. And it has nothing to do the type of work I actually do. 😄
I then caught a nasty flu and was sick for about 2 weeks.
Like this, only ten times worse plus a lingering ear infection.
As I found out, you shouldn’t transmog outfits while sick:
I think I might have made it worse. Maybe this 'as few items transmogged as possible' idea isn't the BEST idea. 😄
Right when I was getting better I remembered I needed to draw comics for the student newspaper ASAP (my second ‘job’)
PANIC! I FORGOT TO DO SOMETHING AGAIN!!
After the comics were drawn I went back to
playing making more characters in SW:TOR.
Wait, when did all you guys show up here? >_>
Xena wanted more attention.
I visited my folks for a weekend — at least 3 of them had contagious colds.
You all better not get me sick!
Back again, just in time for more Roleplaying, both in WoW and SW:TOR!
RP Time! I've had lots of RP time in both WoW and SW:TOR - there's a lot on my schedule!
Xena demanded even more petting.
Pet me or I won't leave the box!
Yup, that about sums it up. There’s definitely more that happened the past two months (like the Secret Santa Art Trade!) but I think this summary if adequate.
Hopefully there will be some more normal blog posts soon. If not, see you in two months!