Newsletter came out well, but was far more work this year than I expected. Erg. And so naturally I get less than a 12-hour turnaround before heading into a full workweek with a one-day weekend ahead.
... I don't really want to write any more about the con, because I'm deep in the middle of con crash and feeling like I didn't get to do the things I was looking forward to. Intellectually I know that there was fun involved and that this'll pass ... just, right now, I also know that my mood is going to color my writing, and the con writeup doesn't deserve that. It was fun, I promise, just ... blah.
So ... um. If you went to BayCon and managed to see me there in the few moments I crept out from the Jackal Cave, post something nifty about the con here, or something nifty about seeing me again, or something about how lucid I managed to sound despite running on momentum most of the weekend, or something I would be writing if I weren't so down. Name-drop yourself as necessary.