Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Who you gonna call?

A brief interruption in the Path to Glory reporting for some plastic miniatures of a slightly different make than usual...

I celebrated my 38th birthday yesterday and two of my best buddies, Kalle and Jonas, got me this:

Best. Birthday. Ever. 

I'm truly blessed to have friends that not only put up with my childishness, but actively support it...


  1. Happy belated birthday! I am glad to see and hear that your friends support you so.

    Lego certainly make a lot of great sets these days. The Ghostbusters Ecto-1 is probably among my favorites though. The set is filled with lots of small and wonderful details (great minifigures). Now you just need to get their Headquarters...

    1. I've got a Lego-store on my street and they have the Ghostbusters HQ kit on display in the window. Eventually I'll cave in and buy the damn thing...

  2. Happy Birthday, man! Glad to see it was a good one. Now now! That "+" is there for a reason. ;)

  3. Growning Older, not growing up... Happy Birthday Fella, I think we all have our 'toys'. Ours are just small and go on the table top. Others are cars or bikes or computer games or tv shows... no-one should be boring and give up what they love just because we age and can finally afford what our hearts desire ;)

  4. Ah, Lego - probably my only toy-based hobby interest that is older than tabletop gaming. That's a great set.

    Happy Birthday!

    1. Thanks Odie!

      It is a terrific set. Were so happy together.

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