I am acutely aware that my presence here on the blog and any activity in regards to ba5ic has been nil over the last few months. My youngest ended up in the hospital, had a major surgery, and I have been doing the back-and-forth of going to the hospital, labs, etc. that always accompany the post-op reality of pediatric surgery. Thus, blogging dropped off of my priority list.
The surgery went well, the post-op madness has gone well, and we are all adjusting to the new realities of the post-op life. Nothing we haven't done before, but it is never easy.
I haven't not been thinking and doing things in terms of gaming, when my free time allows it, I just have spent more time writing off-line than on. I want to update everyone and also to put a fire under my own self by announcing a couple of projects which are in the pipeline:
1. An urban hex-crawl ostensibly for use with ba5ic/5e but can easily be adapted to any system.
2. A series of short publications where I play with re-skinning the mechanics of 5e to hopefully give players more freedom in the way they play the game.
I pray these will see the light of day sooner rather than later.
8 hours ago
I had no idea. I am so glad that the surgery and post-op stuff has gone well. Your brave little young child certainly has my prayers.
I'm also glad to hear that the surgery went well. Hope the recovery/readjustment time goes by quickly.
Hopes and prayers for a swift recovery and/or return to normalcy (or, at least, less stress).
Take care of your family and loved ones. May Christ be with you.
I will add your family to my prayers.
You and yours are in our thoughts. While
I miss the (glacially slow) discussion that blogging brings, take care of yourself and your family.
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