The Attack of Real Life!

Man this week was hell! At work I was boxing and shipping 26 boxes of over 1,ooo garments for a charity we do on top of my regular job. *rubs her back*

Thursday the hub and I both miss our raid because we are stuck with picking him up after he had to work late (having only 1 car sucks, I dream of vespas in the summertime) I hate not making it to a raid I am scheduled for and not being able to inform anyone. I was so tired after said packing that my body cried for some tylanol and the bed, do not pass go, do not log into vent. So I got on Friday to let people know.

I’m still sore as all get out. I’m taking the bus this summer which means I’m walking 5 miles every day. Which ROCKS for my health (see up side) but sucks for me being hot and sweaty when I come home right at raid invite time. Luckily we start 30  min ahead of time which means log in, get on the griff and go jump in the shower.

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  1. Ahh the joys of real life! That sounds like rewarding work at least. Walking that far in Seattle sounds…rainy. I’ve been having a tough time with the work/life/WoW balance lately as raids starting at 11pm and running till 4am aren’t really the best idea when work starts at 8am:) I’d fix it by joining a guild that raids earlier but thats hard to find when you have to carpool with your wife and get home somewhere between 8 and 9:30 server time randomly. Curse you endgame content!

    • One benefit of the Leftovers Raiding; the ability to find other raids at times that suit me. Darned it all that I love most of the people I raid with enough not to want to go elsewhere. I dread the thought of being in a raiding guild again. Mandatory raid attendance % and RL do not go well together.


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