Posts Tagged ‘Blogging’

I guess it doesn’t stay in Vegas…

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

Well Norm’s gonna send the guys from Vegas after me if I don’t start blogging again.

My favorite gaming board – Consimworld – has recently launched a social network. I’ve registered there, so I’ll post wargaming stuff on that site, although sporadically. Consimworld Expo is coming up soon (week after Memorial Day), so hopefully I’ve have material to post about.

On the music front, I’m undergoing an intense 3-month preparation for a do-or-die audition for the church worship team come August. If successful, I intend to spin amateur musicianship off into its own blog, making this a God-blog only. For God-blogging I have a couple of topics in mind.


Friday, July 20th, 2007

I’ve been tagged by Norm, so we interrupt the regularly scheduled post to comply. I think this must a right of passage for bloggers.

But before I begin, I purchased two Vandoren V16 mouthpieces – a T7 (for tenor) and A7M for alto.



Sunday, July 1st, 2007

Welcome to WordPress my blog. This is your my first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! Roger.

OK here it is! After much pondering, I’ve done it. A blog. How many hits do I have? Did I make any money yet?

Actually, I don’t know how to check/do either yet and I really don’t care (much). That reminds me, I better get those anti-spam add-ins done. Onto some real content.

Today is July 1, 144 years after the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg.  Since tomorrow (Monday) is boardgaming day (please see About this blog), it would be appropriate to cover something related to a Gettysburg boardgame. First, I should clarify to readers that although I play variety of types of boardgames, the predominant type is historic wargames, aka conflict simulation or just consims.

Gettysburg is the only American Civil War battlefield I have visited (yet), unless you count Picacho Peak. I want to get back there soon, especially since the park is relandscaping to the topography as it was in 1863. Also I was there for only one day and didn’t have time to check out the Culp’s Hill area. More tomorrow.

Thanks to my friends Norm and Karen for advice on starting this blog.