The barbara hurman is one of my favorite friends from college. She has been a stay-at-home mom for a few years now and I think you can count on her for a moment. I would love to hear what she had to say about where you got her as an older person.
She was born in Chicago and now lives in a beautiful suburb in Wisconsin. She recently moved to the Boston area to work for a hedge fund where her husband, Tom, works as a real estate agent. Her other half, John, who she met at college, lives in New York. They are both big fans of D&D and have been playing the game for quite some time now.
I think that one of the main reasons I started this blog is because it seemed to be a perfect place to talk about my experience with Pivotal. I spent a good deal of time looking at the game, and had a great time playing it. I’ve been playing it ever since. It’s like one of those mini games that takes you to a different place than the actual world.
On the one hand, it’s easy to see why people would feel like they’re living in a game. I think that the idea of putting yourself in a fictional place for a bit of a break is a great way to go. But, on the other hand, it can feel incredibly lonely if you’re not in a familiar place.
I think its important to think about the way the game feels rather than just what it looks like. Like, I had a great time playing Pivotal, but there were a lot of times when I was far from home. I felt a lot of isolation, and it was almost like, for a bit, I was alone in a game. I would have liked to go back to my apartment and just play for a while, but I was too focused on Pivotal.