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I'm not lost, I just don't know where I'm going.
But I'm determined to enjoy the journey.
Generic status update 
1st-Aug-2008 16:23
Self greenhair

Life is good. Improvements are being made to the cabin. A few days ago, my aunt and uncle fixed the leak in the cellar, and now the wet spot on the path up here is not so wet anymore. Today, my uncle and cousin worked on the roof. Actual improvements! Who'd have thought that?
On the other hand, this means the rent will go up soon.. Ah well, I can afford that.

I walked to Rutledal and back today. It has been six days since I last made the daily goal of 10.000 steps. Though, a few of the days in between, I've gone swimming, so it's not like I have been totally lazy.

Still, my motivation could be better. I want to get a Nintendo Wii and Wii Fit, but I worry that I'll fall out of it after a month. I could probably buy a Wii right now, but I think I'll wait for some kind of bundle deal so I'll save some money. The 'game' by itself is really expensive. Comes with extra hardware?

Any must-have Wii games? I'm thinking of limiting myself to buying two. I've played Warioware: Smooth Moves and enjoyed it a lot, so I'm kind of partial to that. Other than that, I haven't done much on the Wii except a bit of Wii Sports, which is only fun with multiple players, IMO.
1st-Aug-2008 22:42 (UTC)
Yeah, I had no idea until the other day that Wii Fit is so expensive. I might try it out if a friend happens to get it, but I'm not paying that much for something I may or may not use.

Brawl, obviously. Not so fun solo, but it has an online component. Okami was ported to Wii, if you haven't played that. No More Heroes is excellent. Then you have your standard Nintendo franchises (Mario Galaxy, Twilight Princess, etc.).

If you want more games like WarioWare, Rayman Raving Rabbids might be up your alley.
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