It is time for the now-traditional Syldavian Christmas greeting and toast, brought to you by a chosen grenadier of the Polishov Musketeers Infantry Regiment. Some of you might remember him from last year; he is back this year to wish you and your families the joy of this festive season and a happy and interesting year to come.
It is a very busy time here, as we are travelling visiting with families and old friends and delighting in our three-year-old's excitement at the holiday's bustling social round. And sleeping in so far as we are able - something lacking the frenetic last few months. I'm away from my Syldavian army but I am scribbling away, in a few pleasant minutes here and there, at my next post on King Ivan. As well, in a few minutes before retiring each night, I am putting the primer and base colours on a unit of Bordurian cavalry I brought with me... It is a time of happy progress on all fronts.
My thanks for dropping in this blog over the last year. With help from Alan of Tradgardland fame, I am looking forward to presenting you the results of some real games played in 2012.