It’s Monday morning of Wiscon as I write this. I have a few things left to do — the Sign-Out, packing up my stuff, packing the truck — and then I’m out of here.
I miss my kids so very much. I am looking forward to seeing them.
The people who I already knew to be amazing, articulate, smart, and wonderful were as I expected. I met some new-to-me folks this year who also impressed. That’s the neat thing about Wiscon — the smart and articulate just doesn’t stop.
I don’t know if I’ll have a ton to say about the panels this year. Many were pleasing to me, but I’m not sure how to convey that to others. And the one panel that made me ragey, well, I was talked down a bit by the extremely sensible point of view provided by a friend also at the panel.
Your mileage may vary, and I don’t really need to go around judging other people’s experiences. (Well, apparently I DO, but I don’t need to share that with you all.)
Off to go find tea and maybe food before the first panel of the morning. See you around.