Journal Entry – 2.17.2018

It is 3:15 AM on Saturday morning February 17th, 2018.  I haven’t slept well all night due to the salt from the pizza and large amount of sugar in the Mountain Dew I had for dinner.  Looks like it might be best to cut back on Friday pizza night.

After tossing and turning for a couple of hours I finally decided to get up, forgo Zelda and finally get a post in.  I’ve got a bunch of random thoughts I thought I’d get down.

Journal Entry – 2.12.2018

It is 4:11 AM on Monday February 12th.  I haven’t written in a while due to Zelda Breath of the Wild which I started playing about a month ago. I haven’t played a console game in two decades but had always wanted to play Zelda as a kid.  I am surprised how good it is and how quickly it sucked me in!  So, instead of writing or working out in the mornings Zelda has become my first choice, a choice which eventually I’ll need to change so I can start working out again!

Journal Entry – 1.20.2017

It is 3:48 AM on Saturday, January 20th 2018.  I woke up around 3:00 AM and couldn’t get back to sleep so why not get some things accomplished in the quiet, still morning?

I’ve had a nasty cold for the past two weeks and so haven’t gone to karate class.  Our Shihan never asks where we are or have been but I’m sure the class is wondering.  I won’t be going today either since practice is always strenuous and I don’t think my body is up to it just yet.  I do think I’ll work out this morning though because I haven’t done that in a while either and my body needs it.

Zelda – Breath of the Wild

I had always wanted to play Zelda ever since the the very first one came out in 1987.

First there was Atari, which I remember playing from my earliest memories.  One of my favorite memories in fact was going over to my older neighbor Kevin Heinzenberger’s house and we played Joust together in his room on the top floor.  I remember laughing historically as those nights rode around on birds trying not to get hit, they would go so fast!  I laughed so hard tears came out of my eyes and I was very sad when it was time to go back home.  That is a memory that is burned into my brain and I’ll never forget.