That went quickly, Friday is here again. Let's hear some goals!
WOW: Noblegarden just isn't doing it for me this year. I hope that they'll revamp holidays somewhere along the line, a few are getting far to long in the tooth and in the case of Noblegarden that isn't a veiled rabbit joke. Ah, well. I'm going to go ahead and grind a few more levels on my old Horde Warlock, although it seems that Garrisons are going to take us even further in the direction of not needing alts to cover various professions. Farms did a bit of that by letting us farm much of what we needed in MoP. On one hand, I'm excited about garrisons, but I'm not sure how they'll fit with my altoholism. I'm sitting Noblegarden out, but I'll keep working on alts and hoping things work out in WoD.
RL: There was rain in the forecast and a rumble of distant thunder as I came home. It was hardly a surprise to hear the hiss of water and catch the faint smell of it. It was, however, much more of a surprise to turn my chair around and step in water. Had I kicked over my mug and somehow failed to notice? Snap! The mug was upright and there was way too much water. Way too much. A rubber fitting on the washing machine had given out and developed a hole that was filling the washing area with a fine spray of water. By the time I caught it, I needed close to two hours to sponge up the water that had spread through the kitchen, across the living room and into the bedroom. Fortunately, Chinese apartments tend to lack carpeting. It probably wasn't more than about five gallons, but it was really tedious to mop up. Yep, I may have to go on a quest to replace the damaged fitting. This does not get the Rhodekylle seal of approval for how to spend a weekend and it may get put off until next weekend. I have the water to the washing machine shut off and no need to turn it on for a few days. Besides, we're expecting thunderstorms.