… these days I prefer to picture the world around me instead of describing it.
Though… not even that is much successful.
So here I bestow upon you my latest worthless snapshot of everyday life of mine, my family and these things around. Brushing the teeth. Wouldn’t figure that out, would you?
I finished the most upseting game in history, Mirror’s Edge. First person action-adventure, running on the roofs of skyscrapers and generally sickening heights (and I don’t really suffer from sickness of heights), ambush disarming of S.W.A.T. team members trying to shoot you down while jumping from rooftop to rooftop, kicking anti-riot police into faces and feeling like monkey once again (Assassin’s Creed is more monkey-like in this matter, I’m telling you). I finished it with big relief and kind of sadness too. Too short. Love and hate relationship to it. As most of the players who tried to play this EA / Dice creation. Often rage-quitting after being unable to jump from one narrow AC shaft to another, or being repeatedly sent to bite the dust after running into way too many gun-holding persons who don’t hesitate to use them. Actually, I bet my shoes they enjoy it.
Anyways, nothing much happening now. Calm days, thank God for that. The snow melted in most of the places and the life tempo of N’Castle is slowly restoring back to normal.
I have about three weeks to prepare myself and Dori for a visit in Czech, during February. Feels a bit unreal still.
Nah, as I said. Not much in a writing mood, so I’m off to snapshotting again.
Or playing Mirror’s Edge in Hard Mode. Heh. No way. I would kill myself after few tries.