|My temporary office in the kitchen!|
Just a quick update to let you know I'm still around. I've been active on Facebook since our big move, as it's easier to use on my phone, but am not ready to get back into the swing of full-time blogging yet.
I set myself up a temp office today, after Rachel cleaned up the kitchen area last night, removing all the clutter from the breakfast bar.
We are both totally in love with the new house, and have a heap of plans for it, which include a major loft conversion (to begin in about three months or so, then last about the same), which means I won't get my actual "office" space until around October/November time (if all goes according to plan).
That'll probably be when the full-on HeroPress experience you all know and love will return.
We're mostly unpacked (about 60%, I'd say), but my printer/scanner (and desk) are still buried somewhere in the "Amazon warehouse" that is my future gamesroom:
|Warehouse or future gamesroom?|
The schedule at the moment is, following the next games night (which will be held, as usual, on the dining table), we'll be moving the boxes out of the gamesroom to measure the walls for shelving (then order it).
This also allow our friendly neighbourhood electrician in to install some LED downlights down the centre of the ceiling (this involves moving a switch from one end of the room to the other, which is where it gets a bit complicated).
Hopefully, then, it won't be too long before I can start organising my stuff (books, comics, games etc) onto the shelves (some will, eventually, find a place in the upstairs office on the first floor, when the second floor - loft - has been opened up).
While all this is going on, and we're getting nearer to a permanent office space, I'm aiming to still keep on with the write-ups of the Tuesday Knights' games' sessions, maybe slip in some reviews (films, comics, TV shows etc) here and there, and even release some podcasts along the way. We'll have to see how things go.
As well as plans for our lovely new mansion, I also have plans for HeroPress, that will hopefully, eventually, focus it back on gaming at its core - as I started to do before our move - with most other things feeding back into that (while all being served up with regular injections of eye-candy, of course).