The Lord

Montag, 26. November 2012

My first nomination - WoW !

I can´t believe it, but i have an nomine !!

Now this is the kind of post that you'll either read or completely ignore. Colonel Scipio from Palladian Guard was kind enough to put Too Much Free Time as one of his five recommended blogs for a Liebster Blog award. 
The rules that turn up in all these posts are as follows:

  • Copy and paste the award on your blog linking it to the blogger who has given it you.
  • Pass the award to your top 5 favorite blogs with less than 200 followers by leaving a comment on one of there posts to notify them that they have won the award and listing them on your own blog.
  • Sit back and bask in the warm fuzzy feeling that comes with knowing you have made someone's day!
  • There is no obligation to pass this onto someone else but its nice if you take the time to do so.
So, without further ado, I'll get onto my five picks. Although, to be fair, I don't think I follow any bad blogs, so anything on the blog list on the right should give an entertaining read.

The frist one is Dei Greci a blog from Klaus, Not Santa. This man is insane. He builds his models out of nowhere and finished it in a few steps to a part of the Warhammer 40K universe.

The next one is Admiral Drax 
a brave old admiral steadily and with much love for the thing done his job and his regiment increased.
An stray bullet is the Blog of General Augustus Pettygree
. His loving stories, illustrated by historical and fantastic miniatures are always a pleasure.
One of the best Praetorian Guys, Colonel GravisHe completes the madness tabletop with his skill and Bitz Box.His blog was one of the first who inspieriet me.

Lastly, and not just because he nominated me, Colonel Scipio. WW2 and 40K mainly, and you have to admire the commitment to background material (fluff to you 40Kers out there.)

Thanks Scipio too, glad to know there are some out there reading my ramblings.
Yours faithfully
Lord Gordon

Sonntag, 11. November 2012

Digital Camera, a Rice - Bed and the future

As is customary in good families, we have, at least in the banana republic Good Old Germany, only one digital camera.

Consequently, I share this unit with my wife and my daughters.

On a beautiful autumn day last October, I found our digital camera in a rice - bed again. It was during a trip around 1.5 liters of apple juice fell victim.

Now I am not able to record my progress at the moment, what does be because I am the owner of a mobile yet, not a smartphone.

However, I hope that I will soon again be able to supply images.