December 20th, 2006


Regular Gaming Night at Strangeland on December 20th (Tonight!) at 7.00p

Happy Birthday to me! I'm 40! It's been pointed out that I'm posting this a bit late. Oops.

It's Gaming at StrangeLand. It's Tonight, December 20th at 7.00p. If you need directions to get here, please ask.

The following are the dates that I expect to gaming to happen for the rest of December and into January:
12–20 — Gaming night at Strangeland
12–27 — Gaming night at Lunaverse.
1– 3 — Gaming night at StrangeLand
1–10 — Gaming night at Lunaverse.

As you can see on here, happilymyself has decided to set up gaming at her place on the Wednesdays that it's not happening at Strangeland.

I've set up a mailing list to announce and discuss gaming. If you'd like a mailed announcement rather than just reading this post, say so and I'll add you...

In the past, we've played San Juan, Cricket Cricket, Carcassone (Hunters and Gatherers)/Carcassone (Medieval w/most expansions), Settlers/Seafarers/Cities & Knights of Catan, Apples to Apples, Nodwick, Fluxx, Chrononauts, ImaginIff, Falling, Snits Revenge, Awful Green Things, Illuminati, Lunch Money, Filthy Rich, Munchkin (with supplements), Killer Bunnies and others. It depends on what the folks that show up prefer as well as what they bring. Folks are welcome to bring their own games as well.

Note that many people _haven't_ played these games. Most of them are not overly complex and some can be taught on the fly. We do teach the rules before we play, so don't worry if the games aren't familiar.

It's okay to show up a little late to his since we usually play something light first, waiting for folks to show up.

Please feel free to show up. Bring snacks if you'd like although some snacks will be provided.

Knitting website gift certificates?

We've got someone here at work that is going through a rather
stressful time and we've been trying to figure out what to get her.
She is a knitter, so one thought was getting her a gift certificate to
a knitting website. My knowledge of knitting is enough to understand
the pun behind Net 1, Perl 2 but that's about it. I know many of my
friends are knitters though, so what would you recommend as a place
for a gift certificate for knitting?