12/6/13

Catching Up...

Blogging was on the back burner for the month of November. The last big tasks of our merger were on my plate, which included me moving into my new position (COO of a larger organization) while still doing bits and pieces of my old job (CEO of a smaller organization). While the scope of my new position is narrower than my old, I went from leading 65 staff to leading 400 staff. I finally completed the physical move of my office this week and am taking the ton of Paid Time Off that I have accumulated. My body needs it, as I am in the middle of an auto-immune flareup (another reason why I have not been blogging). I am sure the flare-up is due to stress and lack of sleep, so I am mostly sleeping and reading during my time off.

I did get in a bit of gaming in November. I ran one session of the Montporte Dungeon and +Rob Conley (The Bat in the Attic) ran two playtest sessions of his revamped Majestic Wilderlands (combining elements of Fate, Fudge, GURPS, and Swords & Wizardry).

I have some catching up to do with the blog. I have three Montporte Sessions to write about and a few other items that I want to post this month.

10 comments:

  1. Yayyy!!!! Glad you're back, Ken! Sorry to hear about the flare-up, stress and lack of sleep. I your time off will let you recover. We've missed you the last couple weeks.

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    1. Thanks. Lots of time spent in medical offices, but I am anxious to get back to gaming.

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  2. Suck it up cupcake. Time to grab some dice and get back to playing.

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    1. Oh oh. Looks like somebody's itchin' to find himself on the wrong end of the critical hit deck. LOL.

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  3. Cupcake. Cupcake?

    Well, at least he's back.

    Wait a minute . . . is that with cream filling?

    LOL

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  4. I was just wondering what happened with you as I missed some of your regular posts—I hope your health improves quickly.
    Just think about this: from a strategic point of view you had only a staff of 65 before, and now you have 400. If properly equipped with arms and armour, you could take a small castle with 400 easily!

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