Milnerton Flea Market was calling my name on this beautiful day in Cape Town and Daniel and I couldn’t imagine staying inside all day. We decided to do a little Cape Town exploring. Also, thanks to Eskom, there was loadshedding and we decided to spend that time out and about.
Is it just me or has the world been talking about money a lot lately? Like more than usual. Maybe it has to do with it being the end of the month and I feel like I haven’t stopped spending money (mostly on necessary things) since my pay dropped into my account. [sarcasm font] Because, you know, I’m just rolling in the cash.[/sarcasm font]
There’s an award that exists on the Internet for bloggers who love to share things with each other. It’s called the Liebster Award and it’s a German word that means “dearest, sweetest, kindest, nicest, beloved, lovely, kind” etc.
Pretty sweet, right?
I was nominated for this award by my bestie, Zayaan over at Surviving the Madness and she’s dropped a series of questions for me to answer.
I’m a gamer. I play RPGs mostly and will gladly spend a good 8 hours of my time in my pjs, with a mug of tea, gaming when I have the time.
My love for RPGs started many moons ago when I randomly started playing Suikoden on my brothers PlayStation and I was hooked. Since then I’ve immersed myself in every and all sort of RPGs including MMORPGs.
When I came across this article on Dreeps calling it Maybe The Laziest RPG You Could Ever Play I was intrigued. I can appreciate a bit of laziness but how exactly can an RPG be lazy at all? They’re hard work, mostly.