Hey, sorry it's been a while since the last update. Life since the old microwave bought the farm has been a little on the hectic side. There are deadlines to meet, and we've had more than our fair share of expenses. Just yesterday, I bought new tires for Amy's car. She had a flat tire while I was in Indianapolis last week, due in large part to the fact that the tire was completely bald on the inside wall.

"Chicks dig me."

"Indianapolis?" you ask. "Why ever did you go to Indianapolis?"

Gen Con, of course, the best four days in gaming (or so I'm told). It was more of a working vacation for me. I ran three events, and spent several hours manning the Green Ronin booth. It was a lot of fun. For a more detailed account of my exploits in Indy this past week, check out my other blog: Neurosuction.

"I need a cape!" says SuperStephen

While I was away, Amy had a taste of what life might be like were she a single mother. "No thanks," she says. It was quite a trial for her, what with the flat tire, my car nearly running out of gas, and Stephen being twice the handful he normally is. I guess I'm not allowed to leave again until he's in college.

To Stephen, French Fries are like Manna from Heaven

Aside from my recent business trip to Indiana, which had been planned for several months, we're also planning to visit Amy's grandparents in October. The tickets have been purchased, we'll be taking off into the wild blue yonder in about two months. The scary part is the thought of Stephen on an airplane for such a long stretch of time. Hopefully, his attention span will be a bit more intense by then.