Camp starts this week, at least for staff, and has been taking up just about every waking moment of my life. Between that and getting a few projects finished up (some to finish my contract for NLS), I haven't had much time, and I feel bad, I miss updating my blog. The kids for National Camp School are there, hopefully having a blast and learning all kinds of things, we have Beaver Day and national inspection, and then it should be fairly smooth sailing for the rest of the summer.
I leave Wednesday morning for camp, and I'll be crazy busy until Scott and Karen's wedding, but it's still exciting. Hopefully I can keep some sanity by the time that point comes around. I'll have limited internet access, the same as last year, so I'll be updating when I can.
I've also been writing for Pittsburgh Metblogs, which is a group of bloggers from Pittsburgh, writing about the Burgh. Pop in, leave us some comments and join the discussion, it's a blast, and there is an entire network of Metblog cities (if URU was still around, I would try to start one up for us, as Azeroth is the only "Other Land" at the moment).
Last weekend was the first I had to myself after four weekends of camping in a row, which was nice. I went to a graduation party and had a great time. I only knew the grad and five other people (including his parents), but we had a blast. We played boccie and a bird decided to crap on my arm, but after I washed myself off I jumped back in and the team of me and the grad won.
The weekend before was Spring Ceremonial. We had a very successful Vigil, and after cleaning up, I ended up helping in the kitchen. At one point I was standing in front of a food service grill will upwards of 30 pounds of onions, cooking them with a spatula. Someone walked in and honest to goodness asked me, "So what, are you cooking onions?"
I turned to them and just said, "No," and then went back to flipping them with the spatula.
In other news, Joss Whedon will be back with the previously previewed "Dollhouse" next season. He will also be bringing to the internet, another series, "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" IGN has a preview here. Needless to say, I'm excited.
I think that's it for now, hopefully I'll have another post or two before I leave for camp, until then, have a great one!