Gist of Vermont: no interwebs, except for the the couple of times I made it to a Barnes & Noble 45min away, because I was at a former farmhouse. Seriously, across and down the road they make croutons and you can smell the garlic in the morning. And the B&N was 45min away because the part of Vermont I’ve seen operates at 40mph as a speed limit for the most part. The roads are terrible now, so you do actually end up going 40mph anyway.
Gist of no interwebs: I burnt myself out on my computer and my DVDs. I don’t want to see any of Criminal Minds Season 4 for a very long time. Nor do I wish to play Freecell or Minesweeper. Just…no.
So I devoured some books like I haven’t in a long time. And it was cool. And thought-provoking, to the point of typing in Word for four hours without realizing it was four hours.
And then realizing a WoW blog is not really the place to post something about how I relate to and think of books.
Even though the whole thing started because I read this one mini-story in this one book that reminded me of the WoW blogging community relating to the WoW playing community, and talking about the blogging community was a warm (maybe not hot) topic when I left for Vermont.
Blah blah blah, who cares, Pone? This post is totally not needed, but I wanted to /wave.
Because, um, the World Cup. It starts tomorrow. And I can’t quite raid yet, but I want to fish or do some Loremaster or something.
So uh, yeah.