Christmas Plans and Beowulf
-Lots of things at the moment.
–Memoirs of a Geisha periodical test items: complete
–To Kill A Mockingbird Long test: Umm…I’ll get back to you.
Been quite busy lately. There’s a lot of stuff in the queue, but thankfully most of it isn’t too difficult.
My passport has finally been delivered, and my trip to Singapore this Christmas with my brother looks like it’s going to push through, God willing. I look forward to being able to spend time with my Dad and family and hopefully, I’ll get in a day or two to play that D&D adventure with some of my students who’ll be going to Singapore as well.
The adventuring party will be as follows:
-DR: Dwarf Crusader
-Kate: Kalashtar Duskblade
-Kelsy: Halfling (Talenta) Dragon Shaman
-Gero: Shifter (Longstrider) Ranger
-DR: Warforged scout Rogue
-RC: Kalashtar Psion
I’ve already told them that the adventure will be set in Sharn, City of Towers, in the world of Eberron. It’s going to be a horror/thriller type of adventure, so it will definitely be a big departure from what we’re used to. It’s going to be creepy, going to be scary, and most definitely going to be a challenge.
So my brother and I saw this movie last Sunday. I had expected it to be a treat, although in general it didn’t impress me as much as I had thought. I was surprised it was completely CG, yet it was able to retain the faces of the actors.
There were some inconsistencies with the epic, but I’m pretty sure these were done to prove a point as to what exactly, you’ll find out when you watch it.
…ugh. I feel rather stupid right now. Lately it’s been difficult to find something to talk about. Everything just seems to be a blur passing by, a blur I want to avoid bothering with until vacation comes around.
Your Black Lion