I had to head out of town for a few days last week and for whatever reason, my cohort, decided to pick up a rubix cube from Best Buy. I was a bit puzzled as to why he decided to nab one up, but I was intrigued to say the least. Now, I’ve had one in the past and probably have one kicking around in the closet unsolved this very minute. Anyways, after a lot of pissing around and jealousy of this cube, I had to go get one. I spent the ride back to my home town watching youtube videos on how to solve it, and after a couple of days, boom… what I thought to be impossible, became the possible.After some practice it became second nature and it has become second nature to me. I never would have thought I would have learned how to do a rubix cube, but hey, at 35, I finally know now.
In other life news, I’ve recently finished reading two books, albeit, part of a series, but that’s a huge accomplishment in my life. I rarely read books unless I’m in Mexico, which is why I read two, I was in Mexico.
It’s been a great read so far, I’ve knocked off the first couple over the course of a week, Aftermath and Life Debt, currently working Empire’s End after a short stint re-reading the first by accident. (it was Mexico, I wasn’t sober most of the time.)
Dev news… well, not much to report really, still half heart-idly work on the new revision of Traders, and of course Mouse hasn’t moved a whole lot since I’ve left in a hiatus, but I’m currently making a bit more robust in terms of resolution as I thinking of going to more of an old school lower resolution feel, thus easing a bunch of the artistic restrictions that I have.
I’m hoping to find that drive once again and truly push through these laziness barriers that keep popping up… ugh!