Saving the Game A Christian podcast about tabletop roleplaying games, collaborative storytelling in RPGs, and other interesting topics

December 23, 2014  

Normally at this point, you'd get 700-1000 words of my musing about gaming, Christianity, introvertedness, or something else that touches on the podcast's topic stable here. But it's the holidays, and I work in retail, and therefore I've been reduced to a shambling Christmas zombie. So instead of a blog post, I offer the following holiday wishes.

To our Christian listeners: Merry Christmas! I hope the joy of the season and the love of both Christ and your loved ones are with you.

To our non-Christian listeners who celebrate another seasonal holiday: Happy Holidays! As you celebrate Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, or whatever other winter holiday you choose, I hope the time is enjoyable and meaningful.

To everyone who uses the Gregorian calendar: Happy New Year! We're planning another live episode for the 8th of January—our annual resolutions episode. The last live episode was an absolute blast. You should come join us for this one.

And that's all I've got. I hope your holidays, and any holiday gaming you manage to do are awesome. And I'll be back with more blog entries in the new year.

—Peter

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