Busy Times Call for Removal of Clothing

Alright, so it’s been a hell of a busy week for me—no surprise there. I am working on a few projects, and I had to take care of a sick little one, my Princess Zelda in particular. She’s doing well now, but it was a hell of a bug that she caught at school.
It seems like a lot of kids (and adults) have been getting sick. I don’t want it. Keep it away from me please, because Bear God knows that if I get sick, I am going to be hibernating for awhile.
I am really looking forward to this weekend, even though it’s going to be over before I even get to really enjoy it. That’s just how it is these days. . .I suppose.
I am planning on getting some posts up, but not tonight. It’s just been a very taxing day and I finally finished a business project. So to thank myself for a job well done, I think I’ll strip down to my fur and take a shower, maybe trim up the old bear-beard, and get things left to-do around the den. . .because I know it’s going to be a slow process of finally getting these last few boxes unpacked, pictures hung, etc. etc. Then there’s the eye on the prize at the end. . .home brewing. Oh yes. I will be home brewing and it makes my loins ache. Unfortunately, it’ll most likely, probably come out a bad batch, but that’s the learning process. Gotta make it to learn!
I also am looking forward to April 12 for the content patch for Tom Clancy’s The Division. It’s nice to be able to just log on when I am able to, unload several hundred rounds into mobs, laugh and chat it up with friends, and have a good time.
Not a whole lot else that’s going on. I am eyeing these few projects and going shit. Why? Because they are quite lengthy. . .like. . .over 1,000+ pages long. I suppose that will be my icing on the cake when I finally get that all rolled out. Ah. It’s a good time to start all this. . .I guess. You’ll see.
Anyway, until next time, Bear God out.

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