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My Winter Retirement Experience
« on: March 09, 2018, 06:13:00 AM »
     Oh heyyy, it's another one of these log things by Zabi, laaaammmee. But naw, I'd just like to say some of the things that happened and I got to do while I was Inactive from December Retired in January, and came back end of February, so sit close to the fire boys and girls, there's another story to tell here.


December 2017

Starting the week after inactivity, I had to begin preparing for three of my families annual Christmas and Holiday parties, during this time a lot happened in the kitchen. We burnt our Christmas ham, We lodged and Ipad into the fridge (left a dent for history) and cracked the counter-top. Aside from the kitchen I had to do a wittle bit of outside work, to make the house look nice, I start with... THEM DA- I mean... those pesky Christmas lights. Next, picking up the yard and cleaning up the driveway for family and friends.

Christmas Dayyyyyy

Horaayyyy it's christmas dayyyy, uugggghhhhh it's 6:00 AM... this is what happens when you let me pick times, I live to regret them. But none the less it's Christmas, lets get down to it. We eat our breakfast, and before the dogs make off with half of it, sucks right? whoever heard of Christmas with out breakfast ~n~. Time for the gifting... ...Gifting done, what? you thought I was going to share? I would, but something about sharing gifts just seems wrong, but oh well. ON TO THE CHRISTMAS PARTEH! The first of our family arrives around 12:00 and when they get there were not nearly ready, but we proceed as normal. I make some time and set down my cousins, brother, dad, and uncle and we start to play some Call of Duty (because it's the only thing we could agree with). My dad gets mad and tosses the controller across the room, my uncle, completely new to games is sloooowly moving around the game and flinches and jumps whenever he gets killed, quite funny if you ask me. My brother and cousins were tricky because all they play is COD, but, I still could beat them (barely). With the winner being crowned, it was time to eat. All of us walk up to the food, I look over at the deserts and see the almighty... POMPKIN PIEEE... I saw that and thought to myself, "Should I, or should I not run off with this" I knew it wasn't a good idea, buuuut that's the stoopid part of me, I took that pie and was off, followed by angry family of course, but hey, I was kind and spared the Apple pie. We open the rest of the families gifts and talk about stories before people start to leave... thus ends, my favorite party, that happens only once a year....

New Year's Eve

Wow... what a story that was, what's this one? Drunk bar fight? Mass celebrations? F*** No, I overslept in bed and didn't wake up till the next day. Great story right?

January

So what happened here? well, Got some new games to try. I picked up on work pace (got a raise yay!). I was assigned new classes for school, then I was able to drop four of the seven due to me not needing them. For the third week of January I went on a Dark Souls 3 Spree. And was very bored for the majority of time at home.

February

The first week of February was spent thinking of new music to make, the second, was Valentines Day. It was the first Valentines Day that I actually got to spend time with someone I cared about very much, We spent the day (and week) playing Overwatch as it was my Valentines gift from them and in return I played it and gave them all the care and attention they could ever want (Sounds like a horrible way to repay but.. A little bit of care can go a long way for some people). Fourth and final week I contacted Hades and asked to come out of retirement, so here I am... back again, eager as ever to start again.


« Last Edit: March 09, 2018, 06:57:16 AM by ❆Zabiroc❆ »
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Re: My Winter Retirement Experience
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2018, 12:28:50 PM »
I don't see the part where I chased you around with a shovel

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Re: My Winter Retirement Experience
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2018, 08:48:50 PM »
Because you never got a shovel >:c




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