Ah, the week between Christmas and New Year’s. When nothing ever gets done, right?
Well, yes and no.
It’s true that we all took some time to relax and enjoy our families. After everyone had left on Christmas evening I settled in with my bottle of Heatwave, the prototype American Barleywine that Rudy had made, and played two games of Forbidden Island. My four adventurers drowned both games, but it was still fun. And besides, I had an excellent beer.
We’ve been playing more than board games, though. Why, just today I picked up these lovely fellows:
That’s right, the Kickstarter stickers are in and, in my admittedly biased opinion, they look pretty spiffy. The growler koozie design prototype is nearly done, and by next week we’ll have the prototype design for the glasses and shirts.
Then there’s the SLA: this morning our revised paperwork was resubmitted to the state, and while we know it’s not going to happen tomorrow or anything it will hopefully be the last time we have to correct anything.
Remind me of that in a month. I’ll laugh, I know.
Next week, perhaps, a construction update!