Monday, August 31, 2009

It's been a while!

If anyone is still out there reading this, thanks for sticking around!

It's been crazy for me the past week or so. I'm covering some vacations at work, so my hours have been all over the place. Still, I have some resolution to my guild problem. After trading messages back and forth with my class leader, I decided to transfer Asara. So if you're looking for her, she is now named Caelatria over on Cenarion Circle. I did make another Asara on Malfurion, just to keep the name in case I ever decide to go back. Or who knows, when Cataclysm hits, I might re-level her through the new quests. I even made her look like she used to before the barber shop came out, so it will be like completely starting over.

So far, I'm happy I made the move. The new guild is lots of fun, and very supportive. She's already been to 10-man Ulduar with them, as well as plenty of heroics. Believe it or not, they roll on loot in raids, no DKP to worry about, they just go and do what they can do. I like it. She's been busier in the past two days on Cenarion Circle than she has in the past two months on Malfurion.

The only sad note is that I got absolutely no response from my guild master about any of it. I have told him multiple times in the past that he's the main reason I stayed at all, and he had nothing to say. It's like he and my class leader have switched personalities. Over the years, my CL has been very quiet. He hardly ever spoke, even in chat, except to do MD assignments or something, unless directly addressed. My guild leader and I had a very open friendship, always joking with each other and whatnot. Now my GL is silent, and I've talked more with my CL over the past week or two than I have in the entire time I've been in the guild.

There have actually been quite a few people leaving in the past week. My CL is quitting the game entirely, that was a big shock. I had been teasing him recently about how he never named his pets, so I asked him that before he quit, he name one of them and send me a screenshot for proof. Which he did, lol!

That's about all the news for now, just life as usual at home, though Andy is getting ready for first grade! We just got a list of what he'll need in the way of school supplies last week, which was kind of a bummer. I really like the curriculum and whatnot of the school he attends, but sometimes they seem like they're a bit behind the ball, especially when it comes to communicating with us. I mean, Meijer has had school supplies out for weeks, so of course by the time we get there to pick up his stuff, a lot of the things he needs are out of stock, or there are only a few left to choose from. We didn't even know when his first day was until hubby called last Monday.

Ah well, we'll get him situated soon enough.

4 fellow footsteps:

Linda said...

We're still waiting on Amanda's schedule for her first day back on Wednesday but so far - nada. I'm thinking we may have to go over to school on Tuesday to get it or she can wait and get a copy in her homeroom. Good thing they keep the same homeroom throughout their entire four years!

Amazing Gracie said...

As usual, it's Greek to me, but I get the gist of it. It hurts to feel as though you didn't matter to someone you care about. I'm sure everyone is just busy with life and stuff, too.

I can't believe that back in the dark ages, our kids were provided everything they needed in class. The only thing we bought was fun stuff for home. Yikes...

Sorry it's been so long - I'm hung up on FB. Can't say I wasn't warned!

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CrAzY Working Mom said...

I'm still around, all be it late. I know the feeling of not having time to keep up!