Friday, 10 October 2014

We apologise &c &c

One of the reasons I made a conspicuous effort to blog every day is that once a thing becomes a habit, it becomes harder to break.

Witness what happens when I stop blogging for a bit :D

In the past month or so, I are mostly:

  • Editing 2 1/2 hours x 7 cameras worth of video from the WorldCon
  • Snapping up odd bits of GWR stuff for the son and my model railway
  • Thinking about various things to do with the Lardies' Quadrant 13 and IABSM
  • Getting my fingers used to playing bass rather than guitar again (ow! picking hand blisters!)
  • Apparently becoming a Responsible Adult at work now my boss has left (his boss, now my boss, seems to expect this of me, especially since the other candidate Responsible Adult just left as well)
  • Playing a fair bit of Dreadball and Dead Man's Hand at the club.
So. There will be blogging. I'm going to figure out a schedule I can commit to, not just for this but for all the other non-work things that have demands on my time, and there will be regular posts again!


5 comments:

  1. Good to see you back blogging.

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  2. What is your opinion of Dead Man's Hand? I am thinking hard of picking up some Western rules, but I want some that are compatible with 15mm figures.

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    1. My opinion is: A great set of rules! Very cinematic, very fast, very fun! I will have a game tomorrow with the kids, I just set up the terrain. Absolutely worth an investment. There should be no problem using DMH with 15mm, but 28mm is more fun :-)
      Check my first game here
      http://miniatyrmannen.blogspot.se/search/label/Dead%20Mans%20Hand
      I was enthusiastic then. Even more now.

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  3. It's hell being a Responsible Adult. I had a meeting with an accountant about retirement planning yesterday. I don't think I have enough unpainted figures to paint in my retirement.
    Blog on!

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  4. Nice to hear from you again. Keep up the good work. Tim

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