Friday, August 27, 2010

just an update

First of all, I thank you all for your kind wishes.
The recovery continues apace ... unfortunately at a very slow, pre-Frederick pace!
As one problem improves, another is unmasked. If things continue, I'll be able to start new therapy September which will be a major improvement all around.
Unfortunately, until then, between the zombie impact of the medications and the time to lie very quietly with my legs up ... there's less than an hour out of every four. I'm hoping that I'll be able to undertake a speaking engagement in September which doesn't leave me any time to paint figures, push lead, or really write fun events.
This has led to a major hiatus with the Margrafin and Mr. Mack ... for whom I'd planned a dizzying set of dances, parties, and intrigues (a couple of my officers being classic ... uh ... romantics? .... ) I'm tempted to say that they had to be put into quarantine for their protection ... but as a lovely adventure seems about to be written for them on another blog ... :)
On the good side, the wife came across a couple of scenario maps and wants to play one of the games, so a good game is now scheduled for the day after the new therapy starts! Of course, given that she'll be involved, there should be some good pictures too. Hope springs eternal!

4 comments:

A J said...

I hope you feel much better soon.

abdul666 said...

Best wishes -you'll be back fully among us.

And the Margraf of Raubenstadt will not catch up with the Margrafin and Mr. Mack soon! It took always a full novel for Tarzan to overtake Jane's abductors. Each party can have its adventures written on a different blog for months before they meet... Only a matter of a few e-mails or phone calls to ensure the compatibility of the two storylines.

David said...

Hope things continue to improve - it sounds hopeful. And I look forward to future battle reports.

All the best,

David
http://nba-sywtemplates.blogspot.com/

Martin said...

Hi Arthur,

I'm glad to hear you're feeling better and your recovery continues.

I think Jean-Louis has the right of it. You can continue the story line when you're able to do it justice, in the meantime, the Markgraaf will be having an adventure or two while searching in Frankzonia. We can always merge the stories at a later date. Dickens would be proud.

Take care,

Martin aka The Markgraaf