As time draws on I've been spending more and more time with my fiance an child.
She has a "we do not live together until we are married" clause that is getting harder and harder to actually adhere to. It went from spending one night every couple of weeks to now where I'm there for at least half the month. I guess as long as most of my stuff is still at my house and I go there when our shifts are completely opposite then it doesn't count as living together yet heh.
But, that is what is happening. The other day I set up a TV and my WiiU in the spare room so that some video games could be played. I don't own a whole lot for the system but it's about the quality of game, not the quantity. So, last night we started playing New Super Mario Bros U which is pretty fun so far.
It's your typical Super Mario Side Scrolling Platformer and you can't go wrong with that formula. There are new suits to wear and Bowser is up to his usual no good, and the graphics are simply amazing.
The only downfall is that I'm going to be the one doing almost all of the level beating as my child is just awful at video games. I know he wants to play with me (and pretty much only plays when someone else is playing with him) and so we use it to spend quality time together. Well, that is until he gets too frustrated and we have to take a pause before he self destructs and starts ruining controllers.
I also picked up Dynasty Warriors for it off of Gamefly because I figure that it will be a simple hack and slash game that isn't too complicated for him to pick up and play. Also probably going to look into getting a lego game or two for the system as well. I'd like to keep him mostly to the WiiU and some of the older consoles instead of him playing on the new systems but we will see how that works out in the long run.
Today, finally, I ordered the wedding invitations. They should hopefully be in the mail soon and then the ever so fun task of writing everyone's address on the envelope and making it look legible starts. I suggested we just hand them out at the wedding when people arrive but she wasn't down with that idea. Saves on postage is not a good enough argument it seems.
I close tonight and tomorrow and as such I ended up sleeping in my own bed, which really kinda sucks to be honest. However, I played some Diablo 3 before bed and before work. I'm pretty sure that I'll hit close to 200 hours at least on this game before I finally give it up.