Yes, this is all about goodbye, I'm afraid.
It's been a good few years, and yet this moment had to come. Today, I have decided to blog about bidding people fare-thee-well...
You thought that Julie's Gems was ending? Oh no, I'm on about a particular instance when I was meeting up with some friends.
...I'd best start again.
My job entails working a twilight shift, meaning that all the evening activities (Magic: the Gathering) had to be knocked on the head. On Monday, however, work had been cancelled, so I found myself free to play some cardboard crack (as M:tG is often known).
A good night was had, a Conspiracy cube was played, as well as a three-way standard, and some very nice trades for decks we were constructing. Not only that, but there was discussion about wedge commanders, Khans of Tarkir, and the merits of using counters or dice.*
However, all things must end, and I gathered my stuff together and dropped by various groups to say my goodbyes.
For none-British people, a Brummie is a resident of the city of Birmingham. Along with residents of the nearby area known as the Black Country (all the coal), including Walsall and Dudley (or Doodlay, as it is pronounced), this is a common way to send someone on their journey.
In any case, my contribution was well-received and served as a good way to end the shenanigans.
* Ladies and gentlemen, this conversation is currently cruising at an altitude of 20,000 feet over your heads...