This will be my last post for the year so I will take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous new year!
My gaming plans for 2020 are more or less in place and with sufficient built in variety to ensure that I do not bored and go off on some half-baked scheme at the drop of an 'ooh shiny' moment of weakness (no harm in kidding myself I guess!). This has been governed by the events of the year and how these have impacted on me in a positive way.
The two standout events were going to my first COW in July and having a truly inspiring weekend. The biggest takeaway from this quite wonderful weekend was the confirmation of the simple fact that one does not need thousands of museum quality miniatures and a billiard sized table to fight a satisfying wargame.
The second big thing for the year was of course the not inconsiderable amount of time I have spent in the company of Eric's lead mountains. This has given me much in the way of appreciating the value of focus and so was instrumental in reacquainting myself with the world of Napoleonics on a far more formal basis.
For the first time in a long while I feel far more relaxed about what I am going to game and how I am going to game it which means I can concentrate on enjoying the process rather than being a slave to it.
In closing I would like to thank everybody that has read my ramblings and offered up comments - both are very much much appreciated - and I hope that next year will be a content rich one.