Hey, so… I’m getting married later today.
Don’t feel obligated to give me your well wishes, because honestly, I’m already pretty damn lucky. And I’m not just saying that because she occasionally reads these posts.
I started this blog back in December 2010. It had a different name and was hosted on a different provider, but the blog was me talking about what I was passionate about. At the time, that passion was making gold on the WoW AH. These days, my tastes have broadened a bit, but fundamentally the passion is the same. I have every expectation that that passion will continue on into the future.
That said… I am getting married. There may be posts next week, there may not be. Either way, you’re going to sit back and enjoy it – the posts, or the fact that I am too busy to write them.
Although it shouldn’t be, I found it somewhat emotionally difficult to uninstall Mass Effect 3 this weekend. I haven’t played the game in more than five months, and I had not planned to start again either. All the extra DLC feels moot to me after the endings, and while the multiplayer was surprisingly good, I got my fill of it after a few weeks.
There is no particular reason for me to feel this way.
And yet… uninstalling may as well be the kiss of death. I can always reinstall later, of course, but the mere knowledge of a 5-6 hour download is enough to send my thoughts elsewhere. For a while, I had entertained a fantasy that I would replay the entire series again, start to finish, this time as Renegade FemShep. The whole ending debacle stymied that fantasy, but there always seemed to be a spark of hope that I would come back around and just do it.
But… not anymore. I need the hard drive space. And I probably need to move on for real, like I thought I already had. No reason to keep holding onto those old pictures of your exes.
In other news, I uninstalled Diablo 3 this weekend and felt relief. Of course, I did so after cashing out my gold, although the exchange rate is a whopping $0.52 per million gold right now. I did not talk about it, but I booted D3 up two weeks ago and went ahead and beat Diablo on Inferno, just to say I did so. The gear inflation/power creep/nerfs made it feel like a completely different game.
But then again, I am not sure I enjoyed the game that it had been all that much anyway.