Tuesday, 20 October, 2020

Month: August 2013


20mm WW2, 1st Infantry Division

My Airfix conversions and WW1 20mm stuff seem to be quite popular, so I thought it was time to meet some more of my 20mm WW2 stuff. These are generally organised as divisions for Megablitz these days, and I chose Read more…


20mm First World War British (Part 1)

These are my 20mm plastic WW1 Western Front British troops. Being a bit sad I also have WW1 stuff in 15mm and 6mm, so at some point I’ll take some photos of those. Various stands lined up, a 1918 brigade Read more…


No matter how much I read, am educated, or grow older, I find myself continuing to do this.  How many of us jump to conclusions because something “seems” like _____________ — you fill in the blank. “She does not like Read more…


I’d like to share an undisclosed secret about myself, but only if you promise not to tell a soul. Promise? I used to have countless rules for other people to follow in order for me to be happy. That’s right—rules Read more…


The Games We Play: Airfix conversions: artillery Sdkfz 7

This is another ancient Airfix conversion gleaned from the pages of Airfix magazine. A simple conversion of the Sdkfz 7 into one adapted for artillery command. Basically it just has a big box on the back for all the various Read more…


The Games We Play: Bagradas

We have been to Bagradas on various occasions before using both Strategos and CnCA, but I was tired and it was all a bit of a rush getting sorted this week, so Bagradas it was once again… For those who Read more…


Stop and smell, feel, and taste the roses!

There is too much evidence to ignore the brain health value of reducing stress.   Whether you enjoy yoga, meditation, guided relaxation, or you find peace some other way, make sure to take the time to take care of yourself Read more…


Plastic Soldier Company 15mm Russian Infantry

Apologies for the  hiatus in posting over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been away and it is a very busy time at work this time of year. Finding today a little bit less ‘exciting’ than the last five, here Read more…


Before I discuss how to live in the moment, I’d like to say that living in the moment is, in reality, our true nature. Yes, we were all born only experiencing the present moment. Interestingly enough, we continued living in Read more…


It was 1925, the Yankees regular first baseman, Wally Pip was in a dreadful slump, and a young 23-year-old named Lou Gehrig, replaced him in the lineup. He stayed in that lineup for over 14 years, never missing a game, Read more…