Busy Week

I’ve had a very quiet day today, recovering from a week of hard conversations and difficult decisions at work. It has also, in that same breath, been productive and I’ve cleared a lot of things off the deck that have felt like they’ve been hanging over me since and while I’ve been ill. I’ve actually ended the week with a reasonably clear ‘to do’ list and a clear idea for now of things to prioritise when I go back next week.

Of course, no plan survives contact with Monday, but I’m enjoying a brief respite from having knots in my stomach – or maybe that’s just the relief from getting through another bout of IBS in the middle of it all.

I have made some more maps and preparations for the game tomorrow, as well as sketched out some ideas for the Wednesday game. I’ve even been in touch with the people I used to play the pirate-themed D&D game with. The DM for that group says he’s thinking of doing a Spelljammer-based reboot. I can’t wait – good old Hesklik was fun. I’ll have to see what inspirations strike in the New Year.

Just a quick update then ahead of tomorrow’s shenanigans. I may have fallen down the rabbit hole of playing some Assassins Creed Odyssey…

4 thoughts on “Busy Week

  1. talaraska 04/12/2022 / 8:08 pm

    I hear you! Nothing can squash joy like hard conversations and decisions at work. Here’s hoping your games give you a good escape.


    • Tim Maidment 05/12/2022 / 4:18 pm

      It turned into an epic six hour session but it was amazing – a very much needed break from reality..!


      • talaraska 05/12/2022 / 4:19 pm

        Haha. That’s great. If you’re like me, maybe that will give you enough to daydream about to get you through the week.


      • Tim Maidment 05/12/2022 / 4:21 pm

        The plan next week is an epilogue-style session wrapping up loose ends… I’ll probably end up winging most of it 😉

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