More sordid stories from the diary of Count Martinos… March 795 AD: I’m a grandfather. Symeon kept with the animal-naming gimmick and named his boy Leon. That’s my boy-monkey! December 795 AD: There has been an Iconoclast uprising in Panarmos. Somehow, some religious fanatics have been able to gather an army in one of my counties larger…
And now, another luke-warm entry in The Vaguely Interesting Chronicles of Count Martinos (and his Spawn)… September 786 AD: I saw Symeon give one of his toys to the blacksmith’s son. Of course it had to be the gold-plated toy soldier I got him for his Christening. *Sigh* October 786 AD: Our daughter, Simonis, has finally come of age….
Since getting married and changing my name to “Dad”, I’ve watched my time, ability, and even interest for gaming plummet like Jeb Bush’s approval ratings. Fortunately, my wife understands my occasional dalliances in gaming – a random hour here or there on a weeknight or while the little one is napping. I’ve had a few…