I’m a special kind of nerd: One that obsesses over things such as Doctor Who, World of Warcraft, Destiny, etc. Once I get to liking something, you can’t shut me up about it. I’d like to introduce you to my husband, Scott. This fine man LOVES Dungeons and Dragons. It’s one of his highest passions to talk about, and I’m happy to hear about what brings out the spark in his eyes when he talks about something he loves.
Recently, Bungie’s hit game Destiny 2 released their new season of content titled Season of the Drifter. This DLC is packed with activities ranging from their hit PVE/PVP activity “Gambit” to their annual pass exotic quest for the Destiny hand cannon “Thorn.”
I’m angry. Bottled up frustration and anger is not healthy for anyone, even those involved. One person can only be pushed so far before they crack and the flood gates open.
There comes a time for every woman to question what they want in life, whether it be a career, family, finances, etc.—that ever nagging feeling of questioning one's life choices. Some women want big families and a big house, a nice car, maybe a dog and a cat while others vie for the simpler things in life, a nice apartment, well-paying job, a spouse, a pet to keep them company and offer companionship. It’s human nature to vie for things like this, to make a person feel whole.
Often there are times where I come across people that make me smile—young, old, middle-aged, people who never let their inner child grow up and don’t care about how they are viewed by others. The ones who completely make my day are the old couples who still flirt like teenagers, the elderly man who still buys his wife flowers every day, the gentleman who still pulls his wife’s chair out when they sit down at a restaurant. They never let their love die, and they still look at each other just as if it were the first day they met.