My collector's edition copy of Bloodborne arrives today. I am a bit excited about that. I won't be playing it right off the bat, though. I still have some games in my backlog that I need to finish.
Yesterday was my 2nd year anniversary with B.
We went out to one of my favorite restaurants, Shojin, which is a Japanese Vegan restaurant. It's a little pricey, but totally worth it. I've gotten non-vegans to go to this place in the past and they loved it. Plus the ambiance is great and it's in Little Tokyo.
I got him the board game Roll for the Galaxy. We both are huge fans of Race for the Galaxy, so Roll for the Galaxy is a variant of the game which incorporates more worker placement and especially dice-rolling, as the main mechanic. It's quite addictive. There are similarities to it's game predecessor, but it's its own game, for sure.
We've both played Roll for the Galaxy at the board gaming nights on Friday. A mutual friend of ours has the game and introduced us to it, although we had both heard about it.
I've been busy working a lot and studying in between social stuff and physical fitness. I am branching into web development, both front end and back end. Taking weekend courses and doing self-study, plus networking with groups I belong which revolve around chapters of women who are currently programmers/coders and/or looking to enter that branch of technology. I've already incorporated some of the newly learned skills at my job. I am lucky to have an employer who allows me to expand in this way and have my hands in many pots.
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