blog, interrupted

Hi. You guys remember me, right? I blog (apparently, sometimes).

Though I have been pretty busy—painting the kitchen, ramping up for our back-to-school edition, pleading with people to send us sports stuff since we are a tiny newspaper—the real reason I’ve been neglecting my poor blog (and reading the blogs of others) has not a lot to do with any of those.

It has to do with this:

I know, right? I, Nessie—a 27-year-old editor of a newspaper—got sucked into a video game with an intensity I have no experienced since playing Final Fantasy X on the PlayStation 2 back when I was a senior in high school (10 years ago). I felt super nostalgic (and craved white bread, yellow mustard and salami sandwiches washed down with Cokes—my high school video game meal of choice, which, of course, now with my dietary restrictions I could probably only eat the mustard.)

But, I’m back (I hope). And if you’ve commented, emailed or tweeted me, I’ll get back to you soon, I swear!

6 thoughts on “blog, interrupted

  1. LOL! I have ten years on you and was a beta-tester for DA:O, so I completely understand! (Welcome back, by the way!)

  2. Ahhh – I loved FFX! I’m still waiting for the FF guys to make one as good as that. I guess if I want to keep my productivity up I should steer clear of Dragon Age Origins…… hmmmm…… weekend coming up….

    Great to read your blog. It does keep me encouraged. I was diagnosed with psoriasis in 1994 and then PsA hit in 2001 – although I didn’t actually get that diagnosed until 2004. Yeah those 3 years were pretty much hell. Currently on Remicade which is working brilliantly (fingers crossed).

    Anyway – thanks so much for the great blogs. We PsA warriors are reading them!

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