Thankfully I'm just about completely done for Melbourne.
All that's left to do is a small amount of tweaking which I'll do at work tomorrow, and then printing everything. That, of course, will also be happening at work. I'd rather not kill my printer in one go!
Now all that's left to do is stress. I'll do that until the first game starts Friday afternoon.
I got an email from Marion at work. I answered it. Hopefully I haven't damaged her too much.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> How's the stress levels today?
I have to finish the character sheets, and then print them (8 character sheets of 2 pages, 1 of three pages, four copies of each), and then print out the other material (ten pages, 32 copies) and the work printer keeps jamming.
I still have to pack, clean up the house to a suitable standard for leaving it alone for eight days, I'm worried about money and whether I'll have enough, I got into work late today (which is annoying as the amount I work today and tomorrow will determine how much I get paid the weekend after Easter), I've got food I have to deal with at home in the fridge, I've got to clean up the spare room because Scott is most likely staying over Tuesday night so we can all get away early Wednesday morning, I've got a 1800km drive to look forward to, I don't know if the work I've done on the game is good enough, and whether the game will work or not, I'm worried about how well Stephen is coping with writing three games, I'm stealing Kolya's man for the weekend of her birthday, I'm currently having anxiety attacks over whether people really like me, or are just pretending to, I keep thinking I've forgotten something important, I have a headache, my back hurts, I haven't had a good nights sleep for at least three weeks and I'm not looking forward to having to get up at 4 o'clock in the morning on Wednesday.
So, all in all, fairly normal for this close to the convention.
So, how are you?
I think I'm actually quite proud of this one. :)