You may have noticed that when you scroll through your blog, you’ll see that I am obsessed with the three-letter-letter word “day.” We’ve been doing this for nearly a year now and it is pretty awesome. As you can see, I have used a variety of different words to try and describe the different stages of the day. As a result, I have a whole new vocabulary at my disposal.
So I decided to create this blog post with one of my favorite keywords for my blog: Death. I thought about writing about Death, but decided to just keep the link and see what else came up.
When I think of the year, it’s probably the darkest time of the year in my calendar to see the calendar on my TV monitor.
I’ll tell you why. The winter is a very dark time for our planet. All of my family will be going on vacation, and I’ll be on a road trip with my husband and kids. I will be going to a campground for the first time in my life and I will be with the people I love.
I have been going to this campground for four years now, and it is the first time I have ever been away from my children for a long period of time. I just love it. Every campers goes through a very strange time period where the people there take special care of them. I am happy to be there.
Days of the week are supposed to be like a “pivot point” for people to transition into and out of different eras of their lives. It’s a period of transition, where everything is different, you have a new set of rules, the people around you change, and you have to adapt to your new life. But this campground is not just about being ready for the change, it’s also meant to be a place where you can reconnect with your family.
I feel like this is going to be the most important, most moving, and most surprising part of Deathloop. Its not enough to just have the right gear to survive the next day. No, you have to have the right gear to survive the next week. This is what makes Deathloop so interesting.
I find it both hilarious and really sad that the last thing I had for my sister was a tent. As much as I don’t want to admit it, it’s a testament to how well I do that I ended up having to get a bigger tent. I guess I just needed to get the right tent to get the right amount of sleep at night.
As it turns out, when I started playing with the new time-looping stealth “em up” game, I got hooked. I had to use the right gear to survive the next day, then get into the new combat and take out eight Visionaries while the other four went through the same day. I still had to get into the new combat.
The challenge? Being able to survive the day on your own. A little less than a year ago I made the same decision. I wasn’t prepared for the fact that I’d be fighting enemies I knew I could kill but couldn’t.