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I’ve shared 756 memories with my friends on Path - see them now at path.com!

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I’ve shared 728 memories with my friends on Path - see them now at path.com!

I’ve shared 728 memories with my friends on Path - see them now at path.com!

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Possibly the geekiest thing I’ve ever undergone: I’m going to build a model for the game Elder Sign. It’s a card game from Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) and is one of their games based on the Cthulhu Mythos. In the standard game box the characters are represented by tokens. FFG have a range of special figurines that they sell as a supplement for those so inclined, which I would like to be but I don’t want to just have these figurines without something for them to play in.
As a starting point today I bought an A1 MDF board. I also drew the above plan, based on the Elder Sign Omens game (the same game designed for mobile devices which has additional artwork, such as the map my plan is modelled on.) The plan is to make a model of the museum with cut-away walls, painted and finished like any good table-top game.
Once finished the idea is to be able to have the players place their figurines in the rooms that have adventure cards to add to the immersion of the game.
Very geeky, but I’m excited!

Possibly the geekiest thing I’ve ever undergone: I’m going to build a model for the game Elder Sign. It’s a card game from Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) and is one of their games based on the Cthulhu Mythos. In the standard game box the characters are represented by tokens. FFG have a range of special figurines that they sell as a supplement for those so inclined, which I would like to be but I don’t want to just have these figurines without something for them to play in.

As a starting point today I bought an A1 MDF board. I also drew the above plan, based on the Elder Sign Omens game (the same game designed for mobile devices which has additional artwork, such as the map my plan is modelled on.) The plan is to make a model of the museum with cut-away walls, painted and finished like any good table-top game.

Once finished the idea is to be able to have the players place their figurines in the rooms that have adventure cards to add to the immersion of the game.

Very geeky, but I’m excited!

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Chronology

This year I am taking on a Bible reading plan. I’ll be going through the Bible chronologically. Already 5 days in and something you might be interested in reading, if you didn’t already know, is that Job takes place early in Genesis!

Ideally the purpose of this is to get me to read the whole Bible this year, as I’ve not done that before. Among all the various year-long plans, I thought that this chronological reading would be the most interesting. While my plan is to actually read it I have found that Crossway, the producers of the ESV have an Audio version of the Chronological Bible plan available as an RSS/Podcast. I wonder if it would work best if I listen and read along? I can only try it.

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Learning to read*

*I do know how to read, I just don’t currently have a very good habit of reading books.

I’ve been meaning to change this for a long while and I thought that signing on to Goodreads would be a good place to find encouragement. It has, a bit - I still need to put the effort in to putting down the laptop and picking up a book though. I’ll get there yet.

Lots of christian books, a few good fictions (A Song of Ice and Fire series, The Hunger Games) are on my to-read list at the moment.

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