I've got a long train journey ahead of me on the weekend, which is the perfect accompaniment for the Switch and a boundary or two.
I'm still working on my Cricket 19 save on the Switch, slowly knocking my way into contention for Australian selection. It's been a good way to test out the new SN30 Pro+ controller I picked up recently from Amazon, especially since the game's classic controls for bowling aren't conducive for long-lasting JoyCons (rotating the left thumbstick sounds like a perfect way to get controller drift).
But I'll spend a bit more time playing it this weekend because I'm headed down to see my parents, one of whom has been battling with a pretty brutal bout of cancer. Things look OK for now — but you never know how these things go. So for the most part, most of this weekend will be cooking, maybe watching some TV, and just spending some time having some hard conversations. Some of you probably know what that's like.
I've been stuck in a hotel room for a couple of hours, slamming out some morning stories, responding to emails and finishing as much work before the day's schedule overwhelms me. I hadn't showered, but I knew I had a spare 15 or 20 minutes. Just enough time for some coffee, maybe an egg or two, and a chat with a friend.
What are you playing this weekend?