The busy will soon be over, the short relax can begin!

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! Week 7 is over and now that I am back at work for the weekend I just have to say that I cannot wait for Sunday at 8am to arrive haha (that is after work for me for all the new people to the blog who do not know I work mainly overnights)! Once we hit Sunday after work, I am officially on Reading Week and there is a lot that I am looking to get done! Let me walk everyone through what is coming up for Week 8!

Monday-Wednesday next week I have all to myself, (I do not work any week day next week so this is perfect) and I plan on cleaning, studying Latin (which tonight at work I am going to be making a study regiment for the 3 day period), recording gaming content, cleaning up my PCs and Phone (digital clutter you know!) as well as getting a ton of writing done.

I have to say it has been a long time as well since I have just gone for a putz around the neighborhood, and if the weather is permitting, I will do so, otherwise, I will stay where it is warm and dry haha! Been out walking to and from work every day for basically the last week in the rain, so I need a break from that to be honest.

Thursday I will be hanging out with my buddy Nick and we will be playing some DnD in preparation for a larger session that we want to try and run with a few other friends. We are also going to try and record it for posterity and post it over on my Gaming Channel on Youtube (Angry Ranter Plays).

Friday I am hoping to spend a little time with my brother, maybe take him for a drink since he just turned 19 not that long ago and I was too busy to do it then…I saved what little money I have and want to treat him. So I cannot wait for that!

I hope everyone else has a great weekend, and I can tell you there will be another post coming Monday as it is election day 2019 then, and we will talk about all of that craziness!

Till Monday!

Published by mlevis1996

24, Father of Anti-Humanist Philosophy (The AntiJudgementalism Handbook (2020) and 2019 Meditations (2020))

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