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Non-Profit gears turning.

In addition to cranking out 10 or so Quests Over Coffee cards, my brain has been cranking on starting a non-profit. I've gone through this phase a number of times in the last few years, but it seems like there's nothing stopping me from actually putting the nose to the grindstone to make some progress in it.

What used to be one about getting new board games and card games into the hands of the needy has turned into something that takes a sprinkling of my "toy store" idea and wanting to help those in need. I think I may have talked about this already yesterday, but my days are quite full and I'm forgetting.

On a personal note, I successfully brined and cooked a turkey yesterday. I may never not brine a turkey again. That was the best tasting turkey I've ever made and it the most non-dry turkey I've ever made. Thank goodness for that probe thermometer! What a joy to use.

Pim Pam is doing well. It's over $400. Looking forward to getting that in the hands of players. What's pretty neat is that the online demo is seeing a few dozen plays a day, which is encouraging for me to make sure I do for all future projects!


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