The con itself actually wasn't all that bad. Things went pretty smoothly and I had a good time. Even things I thought were going to be a problem turned out better than I had any right to expect. For instance, part of the deal for me helping out at the con is that they would find me crash space since commuting 45 minutes each way was getting to be too much for me. There must've been an overstock of gamers because they put us 5 to a room, which sounded like a bad idea all around to me. In actuality, it wasn't all that bad, though I'm probably expressing that opinion at least partly because I got to stake out a bed for the duration. I had to make some adjustments too considering my medical issues, but luckily almost everyone there was the hardcore late to bed and early to rise type of gamer. That meant that I usually had the time and privacy to take care of what I needed to and nothing turned into a kerfuffle. Eh, 'kerfuffle' doesn't trigger my spell checker. I never actually thought it was a real word before. Who knew.
I took some pictures while at the con which I'll probably pop up in the next day or two. Knock on wood. It's been a pretty exhausting con season so far with all of these events back to back and it takes me longer to recover from each one. Gencon is going to kick off in around 2 weeks and there's still a crapton of things I need to do to prepare for it. If nothing else, there's Killer Breakfast to think of and up until a week ago we'd done nothing but procrastinate. Through a few hurried email exchanges, I think we have a schtick put together now and all that's left is to pick up all the supplies we'll need and execute it. All in all, I'd be a much happier camper if there were a few extra weeks to prepare.