Two camps met up today. Discussions were on its way, and the peace treaty was about to be signed, when one of our ex-fighter started taking out a spanner. He dumped the spanner into our end of the machine, seemingly wanting to show his superiority in understanding and to let the other camp know how powerful he is as an ex-fighter. Our druid started casting healing spells in a bid to remedy the situation, and the resident shaman also chipped in to fog the area, so that peace discussions could go on. The other camp, not recognizing that a spanner had been thrown, accepted the treaty.
After the discussions, the druid approached the ex-fighter to try to understand why the spanner was thrown in the midst of treaty discussions. And the ex-fighter insisted that from his past experiences as a fighter, peace should not prevail, and war is the way to go. And his spanner, was something that another ex-fighter had heard of and agreed with that should be thrown. Any further arguments would be futile, and we just have to keep our fingers crossed that these ex-fighters don't end up swinging their swords around.
Don't drink so much coffee ah. Don't sleep so late. Don't waste food. Exercise more and eat more fruits. Those are just a few common things that I commonly got nagged for.
Only thing is, I just finished my 5th cup of coffee for today. That's 2 short of my normal dose. I'm still having bouts of insomnia caused by work related stress, and am depending a lot of melatonin 5 and sometimes even antihistamine, to get some sleep. Couldn't finish up the food after we went for a full meat buffet at Central. And exercising is no longer for leisure, like the times we used to play basketball. Now exercising is a necessity, fueled by the drive to cut down on an increasing waist line.
Just read an article about dementia, and Alzheimer's disease, and how people who don't get enough shut eye in their mid life would end up with the disease. Which is making me worried that the small stresses now that we are losing sleep over would end up being a bigger problem when we grow old.
Oh well, guess the best cure is to sleep. Melatonin kicking in... good night...