Things on the relationship front have been changing as well. My relationship with one guy crawled to an end as things with another guy started to emerge. I've been going to Vancouver around three out of four weekends for the past two or so months. He's scheduled to visit Seattle this weekend so that will be an interesting change of pace. We're still feeling our way through this long distance aspect of things and figuring out where things could go.
Things on the gaming front have gotten flipped. I've started co-op gaming more often again as new games have started coming out that I can play online with my friend back in Atlanta. Since there's a 3 hour time difference I've been leaving work a tiny bit early in order to synchronize schedules for an hour or two during the week. Our list so far has included Saints Row IV, Guild Wars 2, Payday 2, Castle Crashers, and more community maps of Portal 2. I've mainly been doing board and card games with the Wednesday gaming meetup group and haven't had any at home gatherings in a while.
I've started slowly reconsidering my living situation. Technically I could afford a better place than where I'm staying now, but I'm still unsure if I want to put that much money toward a place to live. Alternatively I may move more out of Seattle proper and along a main bus line instead, but if things progress as they are with the guy in Vancouver, and nothing else pops up in Seattle in the mean time, then in 6-12 months the living situation may change again anyway. I'm starting to feel a bit of split personality thinking about Seattle versus Vancouver.