It's been an interesting year. We have finally managed a way to accept credit cards at cons (it still feels somewhat wrong, calling them cons, kind of like, supersecret evilness) and it's really helped. I mean, hugely helped. So now when you, the customer
We actually got an airline bump again, which hasn't happened in a couple of years. That really helps to cut convention costs, and United, we love you.
Jet City comic con just happened, and it was the inaugural showing. It was fun. Met some nice people, and had a good time. That's what really matters, right? Oh, and I found out that if you stay at a parking garage a really really long time, and then ask the person in the booth how much it's going to cost, he'll tell you to just leave (one time only!) and don't bother paying. I really hope he worked there.
To close out the year, we will probably be attending the Bellingham Comic Convention, and we will definitely be at the last Vancouver Comic Con of the year, and the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco. If you're anywhere near any of those venues, you should definitely come out and say hi. You don't have to buy anything, but if you did, we would love you more. Yes, our love can be bought.
I was going to post something else here, but, I'm really not sure I should. Mainly because if something happens, I think it could get me into a lot of trouble. Oh internet, you are such a fickle friend.
So in closing, I will leave you with a picture of Miriam and I extremely tired, at the airport in Maryland, extremely happy to be bumped from our flight, and drinking celebratory Root Beer. (we're real party animals)