On the hobby side of things, there just ain't much going; Fallout Vegas has seen to that! (Vault 34 is a brute.) I did finish some Brotherhood Wolf Guard by kit-bashing different metal and plastic kits.
So, obviously I'm going with double Wolf Claws with a scattering of Storm Shields and a Thunder Hammer. Why? Simply because I like the way it looks. I'm planning two incarnations of the Brotherhood; the heavy, tournament list and the fluffy, fun army. This is a nod toward fun.
The Brotherhood is all about a different profile. I'm using bits and parts that are the opposite of what one would expect. It's a nod to the strange, and I'm really digging it. It helps that I already have the parts, of course, and I get that not everyone will dig the look.
For those who've noticed I missed my BoK and Bell articles, no worries, and thanks for the emails. I'm fine, but I had a rather stressful week deciding whether to stay in my current job, where I'm starving slowly due to the demands of school, or take a step back to take a step forward and move on to a new job.
They say death, divorce, moving, and changing jobs are among the most stressful things one can do. I'm here to attest to the latter; I've been a wreck this week fretting over it.
It's not always easy to walk away from something you love, that you're comfortable with, to pursue something new. I'm grateful my boss is awesome: I talked with her about it yesterday and she's helping me make the transition.
Ah well - enough talk-talk.
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