While I may not understand a lot of acronyms or abbreviations said in World of Warcraft, one I do understand well is AFK, or away from keyboard. In my life of being a mom and someone who works from home, I'm intermittently at and away from my keyboard most of the day and into the… Continue reading Degrees of AFK
As a child, I needed my shoes labeled L for left and R for right. I'm sure that was the case for many children. But even as I got older, I still struggled with understanding directions. I remember as a teenager my father telling me to go left and I'd go right and he'd jokingly… Continue reading Directional Difficulties
As an introverted single mom who works from home, my life didn't change very much when the pandemic hit. However, in the warmer months I usually drive from Upstate New York to Massachusetts to volunteer and dance at Native American powwows, and that gives me a much needed dose of social interaction. That isn't happening… Continue reading Finding the Beat
When I first started playing Battle for Azeroth on my hunter Sriset, I was using Survival spec. I imagine it's because I liked the Artifact appearance for that spec from Legion. Then somewhere along the line, I switched to Beast Mastery, probably because I was dying too much in Survival because I wasn't properly geared or I picked up a bow with better damage, or both.
Despite the stealth puzzle from hell, I had a great evening and definitely felt much less alone and forgotten. I know online friendships can be tricky and it's easy to make too much out of nothing, but I am extremely grateful to last night's dungeon crew for making me feel like I'm worth going through zappy robots for.