I went, I saw, I concurred...
WorldCon was awesome.
Met a lot of wonderful people, and got inspired for writing fiction and poetry, and for creating art.
Had a great time with KC Heath, my 'tour' guide and Word By Word Writer's Society friend.
A lot of new authors to add to my TBR pile...
Note to Self: Self, do not walk all over Denver (Hotel to Convention Center, 16th Street Mall, lather, rinse, repeat several times a day) on a recently healed broke-then-operated-on-toe. Not a good plan. On the bright side, the multicolored array of bruise colors makes a great zombie palette.
Gave Eldest Son the G. Scott Heckenlively painting I bought him for house/cat/lilac bush sitting.
Fetched the dogs from the Corgi ranch and spa. They were ecstatic to see me, and now are snoozing happily at my feet. Little do they know a bath before their bedtime is in order. Rolling in horse and cow pies for a week left them a bit... odoriferous.
Hope to translate the sketches I drew at WorldCon to the computer in the next week or so, maybe color some in and post them over on my website . Not a whole lot of people pictures, a few character sketches and some scifi themed drawings -Rocketships and space monsters. :)
Any further recap will have to wait until I unpack and recover. My head is still whirling, but I'm glad I went. I need to get out of Wyoming more often, and see how the rest of the non-prairie world lives.
* Was looking forward to a nice, quiet first night home. Guess what's in town and started tonight? Yep, The Pyrotechnics Guild International Convention. Fireworks demos. Every night for a week. A loud week. Did I mention the Corgis bark at fireworks? Did I also mention I live less than 2 miles from the Events Center where it's being held in all its noisy glory?
doG help me.