I stayed in bed allll day until I had to coach at like 4pm. It was just a horrible, groggy, light-headed feeling when I tried to get up. So I lay prone and slept it off as best I could, and then forced myself to get out of bed. It wasn't until the mucus started gushing out of my nose while teaching classes at the gym that I realized the unseasonably warm weather these past two days must have triggered my allergies. The only constant is extreme grogginess and a faucet for a nose if I bend over too far. Sometimes I get a really bad sore throat, but luckily that doesn't seem to happen much anymore. So I started popping the allergy pills as soon as I got home.
Still, I managed to get two more pieces up for my GDC coverage:Splash Damage: From Amateur to Triple-A in Five Years (Notes)Building a Successful Production Process
Plus other GDNet editorial stuff as well. I have one session, a roundtable and two interviews to complete, so I'm looking pretty good for getting it all said and done by the end of the week. I'll have that last session and at least one other piece up tomorrow. For now, the grogginess is beginning to eat at me so I better get some rest.