Feeling good, making plans, it’s all good

I felt good today.  Really good.  Good enough to drive out to Bierman’s Furniture and sit with Drew and Nate for an hour and a half.  I don’t know why I feel so good, might be the steroids that Dr. A put me on that were supposed to make me feel better.  My food intake has went way up.  Yeah, buddy, food tastes good again.  My drinking is still somewhat under where it should be.  So tomorrow I will be going to Dr. Wehbe’s office and getting 2 Liters of Saline pumped into me.  But I’ll take that for sure.   Feeling better, sleeping less, eating like a normal human again, not being as fatigued, yeah, it’s all good.

Drew is buying lunch on Wednesday.  We are going to Big Al’s BBQ.  I need a catering menu and don’t want to drive all the way out there for no other reason.  So I asked Drew if he wanted to go and he was all for it.  I pick him up at 11:30, should only take 15 minutes or so to get to, then we get delicious bbq in an UGLY place.  Just have to remember to pick up the catering menu while I am there.

Then at 2, I am meeting Gordon at the American Legion Hall to give him some money to hold the Hall for the AINT DEAD YET PARTY on March 30th.  I get a tour of the place.  I have the strange feeling that if you’ve seen one American Legion Hall you have seen them all.  I remember the one from when I was a kid.  Looks the same in pictures.  It’s all good though, my party will be about 50 people, it holds 150, so no worry about overcrowding.

Thursday or Friday I will have lunch with Jon.  Another friend I haven’t seen in ages.  Need to get his snail mail address too.  Don’t know where we would go, but hopefully not the Americana again.  He’s buying though, so beggars can’t be too big of choosers.  Maybe I will ask him to meet me somewhere.   Yeah, that is an idea.  No reason to drive all the way downtown when I can just meet him somewhere more convenient.  HuHot perhaps?  I’ll have to think about it and call him tomorrow.

D&D is tomorrow night, hopefully the party listens to the DM and can rescue the Monk without getting into a big fight without the Monk.   It’ll be interesting to see what tactic they choose.  I’m not a betting man, but I foresee the death of a character tomorrow night.  Didn’t come close last week, so I oomfed the difficulty level a tad for this week especially since they will be adding the Monk.  Low level adventures kinda suck for DMs, you dont want to make them too tough, but you dont want to make them too easy either.  I think I have the difficulty set just perfect.  Assuming they dont do something dumb.

I enjoyed last week, even if nothing really got accomplished.  It was a learning experience for most of the players.   They come from roll20 and I teach them how to picture the events in their head.  Theatre of the Mind it’s called.  And it does take unique individuals to be able to play that style.  I think all of my players can do it, question is how well.  We shall see as the campaign goes on.

The D&D Party is balanced well.  The Celestial Warlock has done all the healing.  The healer is just cruising along wracking up kills.  The Barbarian is Barbarianing.  The Bard is new to the game.  And I know squat about the Monk player other than he seems a nice guy.  But the party will need the damage.

Look at that, a positive post.  Dare I say a Happy Post.  I feel good.  I got plans.   Everything is alright at the moment.  It’s all good.  Yeah man, It’s all good.

Author: Jeff Campbell

I am 50 year old guy, who beat blood cancer but is getting his butt kicked by bone marrow cancer. At this point it appears I am dying. Married and in love with the most wonderful woman in the world (27 years). She has stood by me thru a lot of crap and I love her so.

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