Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski

Happy New YEar

Happy New Years folks.

I spent the evening hanging out with the cat.

I've spent most of this weekend converting and posting the MSRD (d20 Modern System Reference Document). I'll still at it. The results have been rather pleasing. As I worked, I watched and listened to King Kong (and all commentaries, etc.) and the Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (and all commentaries etc.) I am telling myself that I won't do as much to this rules set, but I know that I'll break down. I generally prefer the design of this rules set over D&D.

On Sunday, I went up to visit my cousin's, who had people over for New Year's Eve dinner. I saw the family and had fun hanging about for the afternoon.

I put down boards in the attic in order to expand our storage space. My banging nails caused the downstairs ceiling to pop nails out. Drat. Another thing to fix.

There you go. Nothing amazing.

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