I’ve been absent for a bit. I think two people noticed and got concerned, and to them, I apologize.
My last post was a week ago Thursday. A day before I attended HawaiiCon.
Why the absence? Good question. The four days of the Con were busy, but not that busy. The last six days were mildly busy, but with plenty of time to post something, only I didn’t.
I did read a lot (pretty much all of my fiction; flash, short, and novel-length). Plus, I read other stuff, both fiction and non-fiction. Plus, you know, snacks. Some people can do it, type with one hand as they stuff their face with the other. Not me. Eating interrupts my hunt-and-peck typing.
Perhaps the biggest stumbling blocks are the sheer number of photos I want to share. They are overwhelming. Waves, Hawai’ian ruins, lava, sunsets . . . I don’t know where to start.
But, this post is about our experience at the Con.
The first day, Thursday, started with our usual morning walk and a surprise visitor in the harbor.