Thank you to one and all who take the time to visit this most humble of weblogs as today '28mm Victorian Warfare' has chalked up a staggering 200,000 page views. I say staggering as I had no idea that I would manage to maintain the discipline required to post regularly, yet alone have anything of interest to post about when I started out a couple of years ago.
In fact the blog has become intrinsically intwined with my hobby interests, a relationship that has helped me to remain focussed on developing my painting and modelling skills, but has also led to the forging of friendships that I truly cherish; so why farewell?
In fairness 'farewell' is perhaps a little over dramatic, as we start another busy academic year, I'm afraid to say that I am struggling to maintain a viable presence not only with my own blog, but in the visiting of those that I follow. As a result, I've decided to take a small break from this cozy corner of the blogosphere in order focus on the day job. Rest assured that this is only a temporary glitch, I'm hoping to keep painting as an escape at the weekends and it is very much my intention to return refreshed and raring to go at the end of the month.
So with the writing of lists for 'The Dark Crucible' and trying to persuade the Saintly Mrs. Awdry to play 'X-Wing', I'm sure that I'll find plenty to occupy me, but for now at least, farewell.