Now what?

Finished by BIO, REL, and IT finals. Now I just need to do this CS final, but I was hoping to unwind a little before I started. This might be a problem because I'm stuck using the neighbor's WIFI (not nearly as fast, and it wont work on my people-sized computer. I also have to hold my laptop in the right place for it to work). I have nothing to do without the internet it seems. I also got the boot from my FHE group last night, so I have to find out if the new group does FHE and if they meet within walking distance. Otherwise at least I have monday nights free... Hooray?


Dungeon Master?

I broke down and ordered Keep on the Shadowfell and some DM stuff. It would be totally awesome if someone joined my facebook group for Provo DND 4e and offered to Dungeon Master for me and a few people I know.

If not I'm probably going to try DMing a game myself. This would mean I would need a patient group of D&D newbs that want to start playing too. Contact me if you live in or near Provo and want in.



I've been sick for the last few days. Totally unfun. Getting sick is a great example of something you know you shouldn't do even though everyone is doing it, but you do it anyways.

Got a sweet new computer this week. First time in forever I've had a computer with a decent monitor. Usually they consist of leftovers from some cheap gateway or something. This one is a really nice 22" from acer. 5ms response time is pretty decent, and the price was right.

I can't wait for school to get out in a couple weeks. Labs have been killing me lately, and I've still got 3 more. Once all of that is done, I have a bunch of things I will fill my evenings and weekends with in place of the lost homework. For your reading pleasure and my future reference, I will provide a list of some of these things:

1. Working on the find-a-nice-girl-to-marry thing I keep putting off.
2. Find an adventuring company for Jek, the level 1 gnome sorcerer.
3. Doing a couple freelance programming projects for people.
4. Getting back into shape.

Not that I will actually do all of these things once school gets out, but I definitely won't be able to use it as an excuse anymore. I turn 23 next month, and that feels too old. Not because I think 23 is old, but more that would prefer to have more accomplished by now.