First off, I will have my really late RotW out tomorrow or Friday at the latest.
Second off, if you got to www.romhacking.net , you'll find a completed translation patch for the first SNES Fire Emblem game. It's both a remake of the original Japanese NES one and an apparently never otherwise released sequel. If, like me, you look at the Fire Emblem games as utterly wonderful turn-based S-RPGs, this is a find that's hard to pass up.
Third off, my apologies for not having the RotW out yet or for not being really visible the last few days. First ,as a sports reporter, I'd been swamped with Ohio's high school wrestling meet. I'd also been under the weather, which got worse with multiple 10+ hour days.
Far more importantly, someone who'd been extremely important to me in the past, who I haven't heard from in a good 7 years, emailed me Sunday and after far too long, the two of us have struck up conversation again. Regardless of the past, present or future, she's one of the very few people I can genuinely say I love and to be back in contact with her kinda overwhelms my brain.
While and after what had been a seemingly decent marriage collapsed, I'd kinda felt desensitized to a lot of things, but I truly feel like I'm coming back to life emotionally. I don't know what the future holds for me, but I actually feel like there's a real future instead of an endless stream of one day after another ahead.
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|Felix_Arabia - March 06, 2008 (04:31 PM)
I'm glad that things are getting better for you. Also, I didn't know you were sports reporter. Interesting stuff all around, really.
|honestgamer - March 06, 2008 (07:30 PM)
I'm glad to hear that you're back in touch with that important individual, and I hope things continue in a favorable direction. Feeling emotionally dead inside sucks. There's nothing better than feeling yourself come back to life, so to speak.
|overdrive - March 06, 2008 (09:39 PM)
The only problem is that newfound states of euphoria do tend to interfere with the thought process. I promise I WILL have my RotW done tomorrow!
|pup - March 07, 2008 (12:31 AM)
At the Morrow County Sentinel, right?
I know how that feeling goes. I spent nearly two years living in a city I hated, with a girlfriend who largely ignored me, and not a single person to call a friend. Then I came back to Milwaukee, only to find that all my friends were too busy with new girlfriends/boyfriends, new careers, and school, to hang out. It eats away at you from the inside out, but there's always something better ahead. That's my philosophy at least.