Saturday. It’s the three day Labor Day weekend. I slept in quite a bit this morning, didn’t get up until ten!
Once I was up, I tried getting Final Fantasy X working for Luciana, but it is so sloppy and buggy that there is no way that she would be able to play it. So I downloaded Final Fantasy V to see if that would work for her, but it requires too fast of reading for her to handle. She has been wanting a FF game of her own to play for a while, but finding one that she is ready for and works is not all that easy.
I grabbed a bag of carrots, some left over hummus, and settled in to play Andromeda for a while. I got to play for a little bit, two or three hours, and Liesl came and played with me for a little of that time, until Dominica made lunch and Liesl went off somewhere to eat it.
Luciana took over the living room and played some Portal Knights this afternoon. Which was fine, I did some writing and helped to support two of my techs doing work in Georgia. And then I ended up doing some direct support for a customer in Utah. So I had plenty to do, anyway. I actually did quite a bit of work today.
I got the television back later on and played more Andromeda. Several more hours worth, in fact. I’m making a lot of progress. It is definitely not a good as the original Mass Effect trilogy, but it is good so far. I am interested to see where the story goes.
I made the girls Kraft Macaroni and Cheese for dinner. Luciana had already eaten a quarter of a pizza for breakfast.
Tonight, before bed, Luciana asked me to start reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone again. It has been a few months since we last read it. So I borrowed it from the Farmer’s Branch Library and we read the first chapter together. Liesl was not so interested and just watched one of her videos. So this was just daddy Ciana time.
I played Andromeda until one thirty in the morning. I completed a lot of quests today. I would have gone to bed earlier but had about an hour in which I could not save the game where I was so had to keep playing for a bit.