So hopefully this "new year" will be an improvement on the one just past. As most of you know, 2012 was very difficult for me.
As for gaming, the year was almost a total waste due to the medical stuff mentioned above. There were, however, two bright spots.
The other bright spot is "The Alpian Wars", an online "mini-campaign" I am currently playing out with the help of Ross Macfarlane (of Nova Scotia, Canada) and David Murdock (of British Columbia, Canada).
While I am using Clarence Harrison's "Victory without Quarter" ECW rules for this 17th century dust-up between a couple of Imagi-Nations, Ross and Murdock email me their orders for their troops.
My primary goal for this new year is, of course, to get and stay healthy. Hopefully when the chemo cycles end in a couple of months I will be able to recover from the crushing fatigue that results from chemo.
As for wargaming, I got more figures for Christmas (to go along with the metal mountain that I already have) . . . so some quiet painting time looks to be on the horizen . . . along with continuing with "The Alpian Wars".
I hope that all of you will be able to enjoy a wonderful New Year filled with pleasure, prosperity and (most of all) good health!