Sorry I missed posting yesterday, but I was getting some good writing done at lunchtime, and I was engrossed in getting my Science character in Star Trek Online
up to Captain last night - oh, and I devised a pretty lethal combat tactic, too*
. That, however, wasn't all that transpired yesterday...Operation Haphazard News...
And all of a sudden, Wednesday is free, for the family friend we were supposed to meet for lunch now cannot attend. This was Parental's "must-do" this trip, and now it's not happening, which is a big shame... but
this news does
loosen up the schedule a lot. I could
reinstate a previously planned excursion, but... well, it had fallen rather "far from the tree", so to say, and I really
don't feel like putting in the travelling that'll be needed - not if the W-E-A-T-H-E-R is going to be as S-U-M-M-E-R-Y as it looks like it'll be. I still have an IMAX cinema outing to book - must do that this weekend - and I think that will leave me with a satisfactory programme of activities.
Even so, I'm not entirely comfortable with enjoying the "good news" - or even calling it that. It's not exactly "good" that I'm gaining while someone else is losing, so I think I'll stop complaining about this trip, and be thankful I have the opportunity to get away, and be surrounded by somewhere else for a decent length of time. That's the best thing, I think.Development News...
Remember that "duplicated storyline" I was trying to address?
Well, although the general theme remains the same, the new Brighthawk
story is developing along slightly different lines now, and I feel as though both stories can now comfortably continue in semi-parallel. For an idea of what that entails, keep watching this space, because "On The Outside, Looking In"
will start posting tonight!
* Get in close-ish. Tractor Beam your opponent. While they're immobile, dump Warp Plasma over them. Result? A pretty quick KO, even against otherwise lethal targets, such as Romulan/Reman Mogai Escorts and D'deridex Warbirds!