Shannox down!

Monday, September 12, 2011
We downed Shannox relatively early on Thursday evening.  It wasn't too bad, but it was kind of messy.  We managed to do it with only the death of 5 people?  Including both tanks I think.  Heh.  I'm not sure what happened there honestly.

He dropped my offhand but I only rolled a 16 so my favorite shadow priest won it with a ... 19.  It will drop again.  I know it!

We then headed towards Lord Rhyolith but didn't have much success with the steering.  My darling husband and I had a disagreement about a few things and I got all huffy at him.  (I love having my raid leader be my husband.  I can argue with him and no one can hear me!!)  I did end up logging off angry and going to bed mad at him over something really stupid.  But whatever.  That's marriage.  I was fine the next morning and able to see that I was not completely rational the night before.  The funny thing was that we were discussing things in the officer channel and I got pissy at the husband there and my best friend is like "Woah, I'm not getting in the middle of this argument" and stopped talking to us.  So I took my argument to the verbal arena.

I spent my weekend playing my 'baby' hunter off and on.  She's level 75 now and she JUST got the heirloom bow last night.  Yeah. I know.  A waste of JP.  But I have a rogue who is level 72 who can use it too.  I don't 'get' hunters.  I just send my pet in and arcane shot.  I don't know if that's how you 'do' it but it works for me.

In non-WoW news, my doctor put me on a new medication to stabilize my moods.  I started it on Friday night and now I'm just waiting for it to kick in.  Could take a few days or a couple of weeks.  I can't wait to be back to 'normal'.  Where I get upset or joyous over things that make sense and not because of a random whim.  I'm only mentioning this because I may be a bit slow on updating since I only want to blog when I'm feeling decent.  When I'm down, I feel like no one reads this and no one cares.  Which is probably true but I need to write anyway.  And maybe there's a audience out there somewhere!


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