Today it's Sunday, my second day after my surgery. I woke up around the time my school would start on weekdays (that being 8:30) and thought, why not wake up with some coffee - and Kobain?
As you may know, I play World of Warcraft's (unauthorised) private servers (read: pirate servers) mostly, though I do have the retail game available. I play the private games because
a) it's free & will come in handy considering the student budget in the future,
b) I've played those the most of my WoW life, and
c) I absolutely loved how the world in the game looked before Deathwing the Destroyer (I hate you, DW!)
So today I thought why not go play one of my favourite expansions, Wrath of the Lich King, with my trustworthy Kobain you've heard about in (much, much much) earlier posts? Only this time, Kobain got a catch of Symphonicats and had to put an 's' in the end of her name. It somehow makes her appear more feminine, is it only I who see it? It's hard to tell, as she's always been quite the tomboy. But I believe she likes the little gem in her name (is that an expression? In my world, it is)! Now she roams the lands of Azeroth with a new name and a pumpkin on her head.
She really has a pumpkin on her head.
Say hello to Kobains! ☺
Truth be told, I haven't been actively playing with her for a longer while, and getting back to business has been one of the great blessings of being a convalescent. Not that being bound to the bed is an amazing thing, no! But I really have enjoyed goofing around with my night elf missy after a great while, and because she's now 38 levels old, I am planning to take her to some new adventures ☺
Here is Kobains on her way to Ironforge! She stopped by Menethil Harbor to greet some old inn-keepers, stand under the dreamy stars and to admire the white, full moon! With a pumpkin on her head, of course.
It's the Feast of the Winter Veil in Azeroth, the equivalent of Christmas in our world, and Kobains has a special kind of mixed feelings for this. She doesn't like the commercialism of the season at all, and that's why she understood this grumpy old dwarf, bitter by the loss of historical meaning for the celebration.
Kobains likes the gifts, yes, but this is what she had to say to the sponsored-by-no-others-than-the-goblins Greatfather Winter:
Regardless of that, Kobains wanted to try out the machine that looks awfully lot like the one that takes you to the irradiated, lost city of Gnomeregan. And what did she become? A gnome! So here are a few screenshots from when she tried to stand the fact that for the duration of the gnome buff she will be three or four heads shorter than as a night elf...
She also insisted on walking to the throne room to give the king of the dwarves a hearty hello! (Or a formal season's greetings, what you would call it...)
Now let's head back home!
Today my cousin came to visit me here at my home. She brought an Innocent smoothie (nobody knows how many homicides the bottle has made, though) in the taste Defense; two different kinds of chocolate both being Fazer's - my ultimate faves! - and a whole mozzarella pizza I'm going to eat next week. We talked and watched silly YouTube videos, like we always do ☺ Afterwards I had no energy to do much, I took a shower which, if I had forgotten about, would be a big no-no for the recovery of the once-inflammated wound! Now I can enjoy the rest of the evening in comfy clothes and cafe au lait ☺
Here is a selfie I took today, I look super sick but at least my hair game is on point as Mum has been very keen on brushing it the last two days. ☺
Otherwise I am really glad I found my way back to blogging, even if this was kind of a short post. I will try my best to come with a longer, second post as soon as my health gets more stable!
I'll see you all later! And thank you, all my friends, for wishing me luck with both the surgery and the recovery afterwards! I love you so much! ♥