My Favorite Things: May 2015

And now it’s time for My Favorite Things, a monthly blog linkup to share the things you love, co-hosted with the lovely Eirene! This linkup opens up every first Tuesday of the month and collects submissions for one week. Do join us! <3

Pillars of Eternity

Pillars of Eternity is an isometric RPG patterned after the Infinity Engine. It’s developed by Obsidian, the company that graced the world with Fallout: New Vegas. Of course, I had to buy it to support my favorite game developers. Read more…

Life Lately: Surgery and Spring

Last week was taxing, but I’m happy to say I’ve been mostly productive. Somehow, I feel much more motivated when I have a lot of things to do. Clearly the most logical time to pile on totally unnecessary, completely non-mandatory activities is when I already have a lot on my plate. I managed my time perfectly though. 10 points for Gryffindor!

My Husband Had Surgery

Last Friday, Michael had surgery for an inguinal hernia repair. He was born with it, and although it hasn’t caused him any pain or trouble, he did want it to get fixed. Read more…

My Favorite Things: April 2015

My Favorite Things is a monthly blog linkup to showcase the things you love! Every first Tuesday of the month, Eirene and I hold this linkup to make friends and discover some great stuff. I can’t say enough how thankful I am to everyone’s who’s been submitting. Not only do you guys keep this alive, you all have awesome things to share. Rock on!

This month, Eirene is holding the linkup on her book blog! Head on over to submit your entry, and maybe pick up a title or two. Read more…

Reuniting with Mass Effect

The last few days were tough, but finally I can sit down and write an entry! It was only three years late, but earlier this week I got around to playing Mass Effect 3: Citadel. I’ve had this DLC since the beginning, but um… I was mad at how ME3 ended, so I couldn’t look at it for a long time and drowned myself in fangirl tears and fix-it fanfic.

The Extended Cut DLC did address some issues and it left me feeling more hopeful about the ending, but I was still quite bitter from the first time I finished it. Read more…

Trainer Silver Wants to Battle!

I recently took a short break from blogging and social media. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by work, side projects with ridiculous self-imposed deadlines, and my renewed art hobby. Being constantly “on” doesn’t help my mental overload, so I unplugged for a few days to focus on cleaning out our place and Pokemon Silver. This game was so magical. It still is after all these years.

I started with Pokemon Red when my mom gave me a Gameboy Color for my 11th birthday. Read more…