I've been crazy busy at work, which won't die down for another two weeks. AND I get to work all weekend! Hooray! /sarcasm. Starting next week I am traveling for work, to North Carolina, like I did for a good part of last year with my old firm. Except now I'm flying to NC from Seattle as opposed to Chicago. Sigh. I may have to be careful with this new client to make sure I'm not too sarcastic:
So I barely got to participate in Arathi Basin weekend last weekend, and I'm not sure how much I'll get to do of Eye weekend this weekend. This makes me sad.
I do hope to have enough time on Saturday to gather up some more coins for the Lunar Festival on my alt. Rades and I are trading a bunch of lanterns between our guilds so we can have the alliance and horde lanterns. We're both small 10 man guilds and surprisingly we're going to be trading 6-8 lanterns. I'm not sure if they'll end up having similar faction specific boe pets for future holidays, but I suggest you find a counterpart guild to trade with!
One more quick Chuck & Beans comic (thank goodness I still have Chuck & Beans so I can still do a short yet lame post despite being so crazy busy that I am running around like a chicken with its head cut off).
So mid February is my five year mark of playing WoW. Crazy. Maybe I can write a bit more about that in a post later. But remember when you were first playing and leveling? You just couldn't stop? I'm sure I took a "sick" day or two to play as well.
Have we matured? Has our time in the game matured? Has the game itself matured? Probably a combination of all three, but either way, a part of me misses having this feeling in WoW.