Not much gaming or painting here since we returned from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and skiing last Tuesday. But, yesterday's mail brought the Battlegames Table Top Teaser special! So, I turned in early last night with my usual mug of coffee, tuned the radio to Cuba for some news about Fidel and Salsa music, and read from cover to cover. Fantastic photographs, engaging writing, and additional pieces on the TTT's made it almost as if I was reading each teaser for the first time. And when the kitty joined us on the foot of the bed a little later, the evening was about as close to perfect as you can get.
My oldies band The Indras is gathering today to record seven or eight songs for eventual transferral onto CD's, so yesterday was spent gathering the things we'll need for the session, practicing a few bass parts, and reviewing the necessary lyrics. However, I did manage to snatch an hour to paint GW Goblin Green onto the bases of the next company of von Flickenhoffer's Fusiliers -- nineteen RSM95 Prussian fusiliers: 16 enlisted men, an officer, a drummer, and an NCO. I hope to add flesh to the faces and maybe the hands this evening. We'll see. And, spurred on by the arival of the TTT special yestrday, I hope Jonathan Broadus and I can get back to the Action at Pickelhaubewicz this week. . . and possibly finish things up before too long since there is a bridge demolition scenario by the Grants that I want to try within the context of the unfolding Grand Duchy of Stollen campaign.