Monday, July 28, 2008

Where to start?

I am back from San Diego! Remember what I said about maybe blogging a bit while I was there? Yeah. I didn't really account for being exhausted every night! The convention was great, but really, really draining. That said, I'm already thinking about going back next year.

The funny thing was, I'd be sitting in an hour-long line for a panel that I wanted to get into, and I'd be thinking "This sucks! Why am I here? I can't wait to just go home!" and then I'd get into the panel, and my thoughts would switch to "This is so awesome! I'm so glad I waited in line! I can't wait to tell everyone about this!"

So, the title of this post isn't so much about where to start on the post, but where to start on everything that I need to do now that I'm home. Do I begin by writing my convention report, which is due on Thursday? Or should I turn my immediate attention to unpacking? How about some housework, to undo all the destruction my cats wrought while I was gone?

Decisions, decisions.

Whatever I'm going to do, I'd better get down to it. I've already spent about 3 hours on the computer, catching up on e-mail and web stuff. So much for spending less time on the Internet.


  1. Hey, you spent lots of time off the internet while you were at the con!

  2. Very true, but I also didn't spend any time beading, writing, unpacking, or working on BFAC stuff!

    Yesterday I didn't get on-line at all after Chris got off work. I think I might stick with doing most of my internet stuff during the day, and my work at night (when it's not as hot).