Welp I think I finished a thing*. I will have to look at it and cry later while it gets proofread and edited by people who know how words work. Not even going to guess when it will be ready for prime time.
But for now…bed. I should have been asleep hours ago.
*I’m being cautious and not saying what it is. But if you think you can guess what it is, you are probably right. And by finished I mean the draft, of this update. Not in fact the whole thing.
Alright - for the record, I have gotten some concerns from folks. I am fine. I’m sorry if I worried anyone, I’ve been coping with some events. I’ll spare details to protect the innocent - but I’m alright.
And now the other announcement: as I stated earlier this week, I am in fact going to a convention this weekend. Some of my buddies invited me to tag along with them to Brony Fan Fair in Austin. So if anyone is going - I shall be there in some capacity. I’ll be the shell shocked red head in the bowler hat.
I will trade buttons and commission work for Throwback Dr Pepper. Also if anyone has any idea where I can find good ice cream - and or a good pub in the area I’m open to suggestions.
I hope to get back on track with personal projects when I return. Cucu in theory is working on some of the edits while I’m gone. So fingers crossed nothing else explodes when I come back.
As per tradition I will have a queue of random shit up on this blog to amuse, educate and entertain while I’m away.
Got a call yesterday from some friends, apparently I’m now tagging along to work a pony convention this weekend. On the plus side it’s in Austin, which I have always wanted to see more of. I probably won’t get to see much of it - but hey - optimism!
It’s time to flush your stereotypes down the drain.
Congratulations, gamer girls—you’re officially at the top of the food chain when it comes to games. A new study released by the Entertainment Software Association has revealed that adult women now occupy the largest demographic in the gaming industry. Women over 18 made up a whopping 36 percent of the gaming population, followed by adult men at 35 percent.