So 2016 is gone. It’s dead and gone, I’m happy for that. It was a pretty rough year, hopefully things will normalise in 2017. Not to say that things will be better, but there’s always hope. So as most people start off a year with resolutions I started mine off with a 10 x 10 challenge!
It’s that time of year again. Time to wind down, find a good spot to rest, relax and recoup. 2016 has been a pretty hectic year in almost every possible way.
I don’t often boast about my kids. Well I try not to, those that hear me boasting might say otherwise 😉 This week my son received an award for the Best Junior Chess player in his school. I’m exceptionally proud. Samara plays too and she is certainly better than he is, from what I gather she is the best of the seniors but that award is usually given to the Grade 7’s not the 6’s so she should get one year. The thing that I’m really excited about is not the achievement itself but the fact that Ronin did it even though he has ADD.
There’s a glut of new games on the market these days. More and more are being released each month. I’m always excited for new stuff but it’s kind of crazy to keep up. A friend recently asked me if we can play something that we have not tried in a while and this got me thinking. There’s nothing wrong with the older games.
So, I’ve mentioned before how life happens when you’re making plans. Well there’s another saying that I’ve skimmed past. Life is a b!tch and then you die. I’ve always thought that you are in control, that was before I was diagnosed with depression.