Bonnie hides under my desk during a thunderstorm. She fell asleep with her head on my feet.
I love my dog.
I just got done playing at my home town M15 pre-release, and now I’m listening to the Moulin Rouge soundtrack because I have feels.
Go ahead, judge me. Shake your head Dave. Squeel in delight Mrmn and Alex. I don’t even care.
…so yeah. M15 thoughts!
A.) I really like the new card frame. It looks crisp.
B.) M15 does seem like a sweet set, and kinda deep for a core set. I was legimately unsure of what exactly to do with my sealed pool. I went red/blue because it seemed the best of what I got.
C.) I had an enjoyable opponent, it was her first magic tournament! Those always excite me, I love to be a good ambassador of the game, and promote the game.
D.) I did not hold back, but she played well. She beat me, but we both had a good time.
I’m hoping I can snag a booster box for my birthday some how, and while I would really love to draft with my homies, I doubt I can wrangle something together. The jerkface dilemma has taken a lot of pep out of my step, but maybe I’ll bounce back. I’m starting to transition from lots o’ sad, to cranky and peeved.
Progress people. Now I’m going to go have some more feels and attempt the natural condition known as sleep.
Let’s talk about negativity.
Negativity is one of humanity’s greatest muses. Think about it. Where do most blog posts come from? Poetry, literature, plays, etc. So much of what we write, is a release valve from pent-up negativity. Why am I writing this post? The same reason why my first post in months is one of depression. Negativity stirs our emotions, and has to have release valves.