When I'm not painting or dragging boxes of hardwood flooring up the stairs, I'm trying to keep the previous house in order, as people are still looking at it despite it having a buy-contract on it already. Both lawns look awful now.
On top of that, I'm having the worst allergy problems I've had since grade school, and I've caught the ear-infection that Maggie and Shelly are suffering from. Probably gonna head over to the doctor tomorrow and get Shelly's ear-infection cure, which includes some antibiotics and a handful of Limbaugh pills to kill the intense ear-pain.
I hate taking pills. Ugh.
On the game front, I licensed Ernie's Honeycomb game and will be releasing it under my own moniker. I'll likely change the name to 'Baffle Bees', and put in some kind of daily play-against-others puzzle (along with an enhanced standalone version), but it'll otherwise be the same. I'm going the Corman route here --recognizing a quality, yet obscure, product and bringing it to the masses. . .or at least as many masses as I can muster. Corman made a pile of cash in the 60's and 70's bringing some high quality foreign films to the US. Before him, most foreign films were brought to the US by film-buffs, and they received almost no distribution at all.
Few even realize that many films by Francois Truffaut, Federico Fellini, Akira Kurosawa, Werner Herzog and Ingmar Bergman were licensed and imported by the same man who gave us Humanoids From The Deep and Big Bad Mama :-)
I guess I'll have to see if I've got an eye for a good product. The first time I played Ernie's game, I played it for an hour straight, then I was playing the game in my head while trying to sleep, so that's a good sign.