The lights have dimmed. Our equipment is packed. Things seem much quieter and perhaps a little less colorful in
I don’t think there is a way to really describe the activities of the weekend. Every person had their own experience, and each has their own story to tell. That is the reality of having 3776 people attending a single event. But what we have created in the city of
As I began the task of unpacking last night, I found my medallions, fursuit ear tags, signed books, hand turned wooden pens, and all of the other trinkets that were reminders that the convention is now only a memory. But what a great memory it is. All good things must come to an end. This is the nature of things. We must allow those special moments to pass and return to our sense of “normal routine” so that we can truly appreciate how truly remarkable Anthrocon 2009 really was.
As we close the books on this year's event, I hope that everyone had a wonderful and fun-filled weekend. Godspeed my friends. We’ll look forward to seeing everyone next year!