It was time for it to go.
At first it was just fun. Then it was a way to "destress" at lunch time. Instead of doing some more productive after I ate my lunch, just play on. Sure, I had other things I could do, but it was kind of like justifying food treats-" I've had a bad day-a boring day-a stressful day-" so I am going to eat XXX "cuzz I deserve it".
I played CCS on our boring drives to Columbus twice a week, so I wouldn't notice my husband's driving practices. I played CCS on lunch break. I've played it..too much.
I played it today, in the airport waiting on flights. I played it during the flight. I changed my phone's time so I could get more lives. I still couldn't pass the level I've been on for at least a week. I knew it was time to go.
I've got things to do with my time. I'm always complaining about not having enough time in the day to accomplish my goals, yet here I am, whiling away my life, playing CCS. This is the only game I
I feel pretty refreshed after my blogging conference weekend. I think the writer's block is over. I feel empowered to get my podcast going for real this time.
So good bye CCS. It's gone, off the phone. Let's get some stuff done in real life rather than Candy Land!