Life is a Mystery

Finally, my life is going to take a turn into something else. The road I’m now riding on is no longer appropriate for me. Many things will change soon, but no information is available.
One thing is certain: my shoulders will be relieved of stress.

I adore my wife, and my children are wonderful, despite the fact that they are both difficult to keep up with, they have so much energy. The elder one wants to be with me all the time, to play with me, to watch videos with me, to be with me all the time. It’s tiring, but I enjoy it. The younger one could be a lot like the elder one; she is far more daring, has no fear, and is willing to do everything.

These coming months will be difficult because I will have less time for my family at first, but I am hopeful that we will make it through. The most essential thing for me is to make time for them and be there with them.
I prefer to experience significant moments in their lives rather than seeing them via the lens of a photograph.
Let’s see how this new experience turns out.

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In Italy, today is Saturday, almost Sunday. On Monday of this week, I took the COVID test to check if I was positive and could return to work.
I can’t deny that a part of me wanted to be positive since it would grant me a few more days of confinement.
The ten days spent at home with the family, all together under quarantine, were not a bad thing. The kids wanted to play all day every day, and while I enjoy playing with them, playing all day was exhausting.

Finally, I received a negative test result on Monday and returned to work on Tuesday. Coming back to work was a challenge; there is also a lot of work to do, and we weren’t prepared for it.

I’m trying out a few new games, some of them are casual.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is one that I enjoy playing (when I have the time).
I have it for Stadia as well as Steam.
When I played Original Sin 2, I fell in love with Larian Studios.
Because I enjoy D&D and Baldur’s Gate games, I knew I had to have it as soon as they announced it, which is why I have it on both platforms.
I’ve been playing it on Stadia and I’m really enjoying it.

Unfortunately, all of the work and the family deplete the rest of my energy from my body whenever I get home.
When I make my children go to bed, I fall asleep with them.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Logo

Finally got COVID

In my family I’m the only one vaccinated with second dose. I’m supposed to get the third dose or booster as it’s called but I didn’t want.

We, as a family, have been extremely cautious since the pandemic began, washing our hands, wearing masks, and avoiding crowds. I was not discovered to be vaccinated since the beginning, but here in Italy, you either receive the vaccine or you can’t work.

The odd thing is that you can’t receive fire from your firm when it’s in an emergency condition. So, if you don’t get vaccinated, you’re in limbo, unable to work, so you don’t get paid from the firm or the state, and your two options are to leave or get the vaccine.

Finally, if you are compelled to complete it.

So, now my entire family has been infected with the virus, and we all had modest symptoms; better this way, all us have the green pass at a time when it will soon be obsolete, but we received the antibodies in a more natural way.


First video

I filmed a video with my child a few days ago; it wasn’t my first video, but it felt like it. It was my first time using a video editor and creating a thumbnail for it.
The movie shows me and my daughter largely playing with dolls and a doll house.
I made another video of me and her playing “The Sims,” which she enjoys, and I’ll try to edit and share it this week.
For the time being, enjoy the video.

Me and Bagigi playing with dolls and a doll house

Also was able to upload all the other images in the blog that were missing.


What a mess!

I’m a complete disaster right now, at home, at work, and in life in general. I’m trying to grasp the situation and make sense of it, but I can’t seem to get it together.
So, the last time I wrote something in the space was over two years ago, and now I’m writing again out of nowhere. I truly can’t let go of this website/blog; it’s a means for me to keep my nick visible. I’ll try again, and perseverance will win (hopefully).

For the time being, I spent all night yesterday attempt to fix the blog, changing the template to a simpler one, switching hosting to Windows (php version issues with Linux), having to re-install WordPress, and having other permalink issues. At the moment, it appears that everything is in working order.

In my personal life, I am always looking to play a lot of games, including some with my older daughter (nearly 5 years old), who enjoys playing and, more importantly, loves playing with me.
We attempted our first video yesterday, playing dolls in a Barbie house (with some fragments of a story), and we will try again because she did enjoy making the film and seeing it afterwards.

I will try again, writing something, I will try.

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