Sometimes, a weekend of quiet introspection can be a dangerous thing.
This weekend, I spent a lot of time coding, testing Windows Vista, and unpacking. Somewhere in the midst of all that, I realized that I hadn't actually gone out and done anything with people I could consider "friends" since I moved here last January.
For the last 21 months, my life has consisted of work, coding and games. That's it. I thought leaving my family behind in Utah would be hard, but I never thought that the loss of my social network would be the hardest thing to hit me in Dallas.
So I guess it's time for me to try to build a new social network in the Dallas area. I figure I'll start by meeting up with some fellow gaming geeks on October 14 at Half-Price Books.
After all, games are more fun when they're played with someone else.