Recently, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer imposed a statewide vaping ban resulting in the restriction of vaping products. This angered a lot of people, not to mention those not living in the state. Other states are quick to follow it seems. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is in the process of putting out a statewide ban of vaping products, which is understandably angering a lot of New Yorkers who use vaping as a means to not smoke, not to mention my home state of Connecticut is working on a ban as well.
It finally happened. Blizzard Entertainment did what was once thought impossible. Yesterday, August 26th 2019, Blizzard released Classic World of Warcraft; they went all the way back to the beginning, a simpler time when there were no add-ons, no flying, no boosts, just your character and your wits. No more “easy mode” when it comes to Classic.
On August 21, Bungie released the ever-anticipated Cross-Save feature for Destiny. This feature lets you pick one account, whether it be Xbox, PC, or PS4, and copy it over so you can play with your friends. It’s fantastic. Let’s say you’re on PC like I am... but your friends play on Xbox. Cross-Save lets you copy your guardians and account and make it the “main,” meaning that despite the system you or your friends play on, you’ll be able to join them in the vast and expansive universe known as Destiny. Everything comes with you. Exotics, seals, armor, etc., because let’s be honest, do you want to grind for Thorn or Last Word again? I know I wouldn’t. Cross-Save didn’t come without its problems though... Bungie released a tweet shortly after yesterday’s reset that it was “postponed,” which sent Twitter users into a frenzy. So much salt was to be had in Bungie’s Twitter that you could season a year’s worth of french fries. It all seemed to work out though, as Bungie finally let Cross-Save go live at 3:30 PM EST. Imagine my delight when I didn’t have to fight my husband over the Xbox so I could grind out my solstice armor. (Still in green though... getting there.)
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I married my husband back in 2010. For eight years of our marriage, we had no plans of starting a family, no means to support a child; at the time, we were living with family and the idea of bringing a baby into an already unstable situation would not be the wisest of ideas. We needed a place of our own, we needed to make sure we could provide for a little one. I wasn’t worried about being a mother. I had nieces and nephews that called me Aunt and that was good enough for me.
Last night, I had one of the worst mental breakdowns ever in my life. My whole world just seems to have crumbled at my feet; this is the worst I’ve ever felt, like darkness just overcame my vision and all I see is black. My mind just started racing; most things that I don’t worry about, whether it is bills, budgeting for the month, even passing thoughts such as personal problems and things I usually have control over mentally are magnified 10x.