I would like to start off, as I did above in bold font, by wishing you all an enjoyable new year and thanking you for your support through the last. Greetings from Vvardenfell experienced an explosion of new followers, to whom I wish to extend a warm welcome and sincere thanks for showing interest in this blog. As for my not-so-new followers, I wish to thank you for your lasting support. I hope I’ve yet to disappoint you!
And while I owe all of you great thanks, I also owe you an apology. Unfortunately, this is not the first time I’ve had to apologize for infrequent posting. But rest assured, this drought will not be as extensive as the last. A new job coupled with holiday festivities has consumed almost all of my time, however I will soon have the time necessary to get GFV back on track. And to those who have stuck with this blog throughout this period of postlessness, I extend additional thanks.
If I’ve still got your attention, I’d like to let you know about a couple of things I’ve introduced to Greetings from Vvardenfell without much announcement. First, GFV is accepting requests! Simply click on the “Request a Greeting” link at the top of the page and tell me what you’d like to see. I’ll do my best to post everything that get’s requested, but do mind the twice-per-week post rate. So if you don’t see what you’ve requested right away, keep checking back! Secondly, you may now submit your own Greetings! Just click the “Submit a Greeting” link and follow the instructions given. Standards are relatively high, so don’t be too upset if your submission doesn’t make it to the page. Just submit another!
I’d like to take the opportunity to thank you all once more for taking a break from Skyrim and supporting Greetings from Vvardenfell. (On a Skyrim-related note- 11/11/11, the release date of Elder Scrolls V, was the one year anniversary of GFV!) There is so much more I could say about this blog, the Elder Scrolls, and all of you, but this is a photo blog and I’ve bored you with enough text. So, wealth beyond measure, Outlanders. And as always - Greetings from Vvardenfell.