I have had zero time to play and this will continue through the first week of August.
The University of Pittsburgh is starting a new Cyber Security certificate program and they asked me to take one of the courses and provide feedback on the course. I agreed, but I woefully underestimated the amount of time this course would demand. Each weeknight, after I get home from work and eat dinner, I jump on the computer and spend 3+ hours working on the material until bed time. This past weekend, I spent roughly 12 hours on Saturday and about 5 on Sunday.
The class itself it great and I am loving the material. It is an Offensive Bootcamp, where I am learning Kali Linux and the vast amount of techniques to enumerate targeted hosts. We are just now starting on exploits and I was able to gain access to a server using msfvenom, python and a documented exploit. It not only has been fun to learn, it is an eye opener to me (someone not in the security realm and does not really follow attacks).
Anyway, I still enjoy playing Everquest and I'll get back on once I complete the final project and exam.