This week, we’re to find some metamorphic rock used in construction, and write about that.
This week in Geo, we’re talking about Sedimentary Rocks. Continue reading “Geojournal Week 04: A Melancholy Sediment”
This week, the discussion is about volcanoes. I don’t really know much about them and have little to do with them really. Continue reading “Geojournal Week 3: Volcanoes and things”
This week for my Geology class, we were tasked with finding a mineral, and describe how we identified it. Continue reading “Geol111: Geo Journal Week 02 – Is it a mineral?”
I feel like this week, I am doing this journal a disservice. Colorado has plenty of Geology around it, but by the time I got around to writing this, it was already dark and I was unable to take some pictures of my own. Poor planning strikes again.
To make a long story short, I’ve quit my job. Continue reading “The Sab-Matt-ical begins”
I ran another session of Icewind Dale. I had 1 of my previous 5 gone, and had another 4 to take their place. Continue reading “Courting the Frost Maiden 3: Actual Play Sesion”
So on Wednesday, I ran my first actual live session of Rime of the Frost Maiden. Continue reading “Courting the Frost Maiden 2: Actual Play Session”
I’ve fallen in love with the new WotC adventure.
Nearly four years ago, when I moved to Colorado, I started a game of D&D for my family. When helping my sister (17yo) build a character, she asked “Can I play a Leaf Princess?” I did not have a good answer for her, so I said “D&D says no.” (well, it actually says ‘not without a bit of hard work, are you sure can’t just play an elf?’) “Why not?” was her follow up question, and I did not have a good answer at that time for that one either. My answers now include rambling about Verisimilitude and Mechanics, about the history of the forgotten realms, and, most importantly “Quest says yes.”