Well, apologies once again! Last night our fantastic day in The Broken Isles went a lot later than it usually does – I mean, we always enjoy our day of slaughtering monsters, but yesterday we’d started a quest line that we really had to finish – it was in an area that would have been almost impossible to get back to without a great deal of effort (it’d taken us a great deal of effort to get there in the first place!) and there were no Portals and/or Flight Points that would have got us even close by – so we finished the quest – successfully, naturally – and we ended up having a slightly later dinner than we normally do on a Sunday!
Now it’s Monday evening, and Josh will be here soon… I’m having my hair coloured tonight, so once again it’ll be a rather late dinner!
However! My very favourite eldest daughter will not be over tomorrow – she has some serious writing to do for an assignment – so I should have plenty of time to fill in all the blanks for you all, including the fact that I’ve rolled another Beast Master Hunter on Saurfang, a Blood Elf called “Aphra” (it should be “Affra”, but that, and all the other alternative ways of spelling the name, had already been taken… so, “Aphra” it is!) Now, why did I roll another Beast Master Hunter, I hear you ask? Can I say “well, it seemed like a good idea at the time”? I already have a Beast Master Hunter on Saurfang, but she’s the Guild Mistress, the Banker, and the Auction Mistress, and her bags are usually full of stuff to sell, or things that everyone else has sent her, so she’s not really a good choice to take out questing, if you see what I mean. Anyway, I’ll tell you all about it tomorrow, K? 🙂
So… once again a “Place Holder” paragraph or two, just so that you all know that I haven’t vanished into the “Nothing” 😉
Anyway, I must go and get myself ready to be coloured in! Talk to you all tomorrow night – promise! In the meantime, do try to bee good, remember to have patience with all things, but, first of all with yourself, and don’t forget to look after yourselves, to always drive carefully. and to keep warm and dry, especially if you’re commuting – but most importantly, please don’t forget to stay safe! 🙂 ciao, all! 🙂