Laptops. My current lappy is progressively getting worse and worse, freezing more and more often. I have Christmas money burning holes in my wallet, so I need to get this done and over with. I've got my eye on a few, but currently don't have mental bandwidth to spare to the process because of:
Blackberry Development. My app for the upcoming Blackberry Playbook is coming along nicely. I need to get it done and in the app store before the tablet launches, though. I suspect it may launch at CES, so that gives me a week to get it done and in. That's eating my time.
Smallworld. Jen got me this board game for Christmas, and it has taken over whatever mental resources that are not at work on Blackberry development. It's fun, quick, and very interesting.
Webcomics. A few I'm enjoying a lot right now are The Meek, xkcd, and three new ones (Hanna is Not a Boy's Name, Manly Guys Doing Manly Things, and Sailor Twain).
Hearing God. In the frenzy of the holidays and all these other things exciting me, it's harder to fit this in. However, I'm reading a book called Can You Hear Me? by Brad Jersak. It's really excellent so far and tuning me in to ways of hearing God, some I wouldn't normally consider. The anecdotes are enough to buoy me by showing how God still speaks and moves today.
Okay, and now I'm going to go do more Blackberry Dev. Gotta get that free Playbook! And maybe see True Grit! Or Tron! Or Narnia! Or...
Oh yeah, Happy New Year!