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September 2, 2002


I'm actually at my parents house right now, but... I have EVERYTHING out of my old place. All of my furniture is at the new place as well as most of the boxes of stuff. Tomorrow we're going to go and arrange furniture and start putting the place together. I'm staying in the guest room at my parents' right now though, because my new place isn't even remotely set up, I think the bed is leaning against a wall somewhere. But... since I'm here I get to use the DSL network that Dad has set up in the house.

Abrupt change of subject in 3, 2, 1, GO.

I'm thinking about going to a ST:TNG convention. It's the 15th Anniversary convention in Vegas. It's kinda expensive, but it would be amazing. I've never been to one before, but on Wil's site, he's been talking about it and it seems like it would be a blast. Over the past couple months I feel like I've gotten to know the real person he is through his web site and it would be amazing to meet such a cool writer/actor/geek (plus see all the other cast people of course!) in person.

Back to original subject in 3, 2, 1, GO.

Well, at least related to the original subject... I have to wait until Friday to get internet hooked up at home :( So, I'm stuck with the connection at work and any time I can steal on Dad's network. Oh well, I suppose I can survive for 5 more days. I hope I can anyways!


This is truly weird. It really makes me wonder who comes up with these things.

and if you want a scary/creapy story go here and follow the directions with the picture at the bottom of Friday's post. Yikes!


Scott Summers
I'm Scott Summers
What X-Men Character are You?

Well, that's interesting. Cyclops was always my favorite X-Men Character.

September 5, 2002


Well, moving is coming along. Furniture is all at the new place as are computer stuff, clothes, bedding, TV (& VCR, DVD, etc.). The only stuff that isn't there are my books & my videotapes. I'm making definate progress. Yay! Tomorrow the cable/internet guy is coming. Sometime between noon and five. I guess they couldn't be more vague, they tried, but a 5 hour window was as vague as they got. I'm so excited to have my internet back! And of course cable. It's been really odd not watching TV for the past week. I did hook up my DVD player today so I could watch Farscape while I organized my bedroom. I'll have to watch another episode tonight while I do my CD's.

September 6, 2002

I have Internet!!!!!

So, the cable guy came today and I finally have internet access at home! Yay!!!!! The cable itself isn't working yet because I need my remote to set it up and I can't remember which box I put my remotes in. I'll find it sooner or later and then I'll have cable back too. Moving is such a pain!!! I think I actually have my entire weekend off, so that'll be nice. Two whole days in a row off. I really shouldn't talk about it, because then something will happen and I'll have to work. So everybody knock on all the wood you can find and help me keep my weekend! I'm just really excited because I have internet back. I can do things fast now, and with multiple windows open. The computers at work have a tendancy to crash if you ask them to do more than one thing at a time. I can play an entire game of FreeCell in the time it takes these computers to load a single e-mail. At home... much faster, pictures even! It's amazing what a cable modem can do for you.

Vendredi Cinq

It's a Friday Five & it's even Friday!

1. What is your biggest pet peeve? Why? Newsies in my control room! LOL, just kidding (although they can be very annoying). For me it's always the little things, like a person that eats with their mouth open. A slightly bigger one is people that don't do what they promise you they'll do. For example, I had a supervisior that was always telling me that he was "taking care of" certain things. Then when he left, lo and behold, those things had never even been started. Stupid people bother me. I don't mean cognitively disabled people, I mean people who haven't got the common sense of a toad.

2. What irritating habits do you have? Me? Irritating? Never! I guess I do have a tendancy to repeat myself, I also tend to repeat myself. I can get going on my soap box if something sets me off, but I'm right gosh darn it and people should listen to me. ;)

3. Have you tried to change the irritating habits or just let them be? Depends, if it's something stupid (like clicking my pen because I'm nervous) I usually just let it be. But... quite a few years ago I was told that in a conversation I always bring it back around to me. Since then I have made a very consious effort to ask questions in a conversation and make it about the other person too.

4. What grosses you out more than anything else? Why? SPIDERS!!! I'm severely arachnaphobic; I can't even look at pictures or think about them without shuddering and getting the hebbie jebbies. Seeing one in person is liable to set off a major panic attack.

5. What one thing can you never see yourself doing that other people do? These may seem odd, but anyone that knows me knows they're true: Smoking, Drinking, Swearing, & Sex before Marriage.


Which Animaniacs Character are You?
"You are inquisitive to the point of getting trampled, run over, and blinded, on a daily basis. "
"It could be due to your scientific nature. You long to learn how things work."
"Because you really like to know things, but are prone to getting hurt."
"Because, if it wasn't for others generally taking the fall for you, you might well be dead by now! Remember, curiosity is great, but it also killed the cat. Well, in this case, the dog, Buttons, would probably be more appropriate."
"Okay, lady, I love you, bu-bye!"

Click here to see my Livejournal.
You've got to be kidding me. I'm Mindy!?!?!?!?! What's up with that!?!?!

September 7, 2002

Froggy Quiz

I'm a White's Tree Frog!
Also known as the Smiling Tree Frog or Dumpy Tree Frog due to the nature of its appearance, this frog is a very hardy creature and a favorite pet of amateur frog owners, although some pet owners complain that they are not active enough. These frogs love to eat, which can make them quite fat, hence their "dumpy" appearance. Unlike many frogs, these frogs do well with other frogs of their species and are fairly friendly. They like a warm and moderately humid habitat and eat larger insects like crickets, cockroaches, locusts, moths and beetles.

What kind of Frog are you?

I adore frogs, so I just couldn't pass up this quiz!

September 8, 2002

Say it Ain't So!

The SciFi Channel isn't picking up Farscape's fifth season! NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! If you're like me and don't want this to happen... go to this site and write/call/e-mail as many of the people as possible! Maybe we can pull off what the fans pulled off with ST:TOS Season 3! They pulled that show back, maybe we can pull Farscape back! Let's all try OK? Please??!?!?!?!

September 9, 2002

Been a While

OK, I'm doing a Monday Mission. It's been a while since I've done one, but I was checking my e-mail and there was the little reminder so I figured I'd actually do it this week! It's a kind of somber one, but with the week that's coming up that's probably appropriate.

1. Where were you and what was happening in your life the moment when you first became aware of what was happening at the World Trade Center in New York City last September 11th? What was the first thing you did when you heard the news? OK, to explain this one I have to give you a little back story of me so... I work evenings, but I also love TV, so I end up taping everything and watching it later on tape. So, I woke up that morning stuck a tape in the VCR and started watching. When I finished whatever tape I was on (I don't remember what it was) hit stop, rewind, and the first thing I saw after the "stop" was one of the towers coming down. My first thought was "I don't think I've seen this movie." Started flipping channels and the thought was "why's it on every channel? this can't be a movie." I think I clung to a lot of denial for a bit there. I didn't think this could possibly happen, so it had to be fake, right? It was probably noon by this point and I slowly realized that this was actually happening. The first thing I did... I called work. I work at a local TV news station, and after you've worked at a news place for a certain length of time, when something happens, the first instinct becomes to call work. So, I called work and ended up going in early to help with everything.

2. When those truly responsible for the attack are apprehended, what do you think would be the most fitting form of justice? I don't believe in the death penalty, so I would have to say putting them in prison for the rest of their natural lives would be appropriate. But I know that people can still direct others from within prison, so communications with the leaders (or conspirators or terrorists or whomever it end up being) would have to be CLOSELY monitored.

3. This will probably be much like when our parents respond to "Where were you when JFK was shot?"- an event never forgotten by those who were there. But how do you think the history books should present the 9-11 attacks? Should it be included for all future generations? How can we truly convey the shock, the outrage, the emotions and pain of that day to the children of our children? I don't know if it can be explained in words/pictures/sounds. It isn't only the blow by blow of what happened, it's also the reaction of all of us to what happened. Eventually, I'm sure it will be what Pearl Harbor is to us. I can't really understand the shock/outrage of the people then. I know what happened, I know what the result was, but I can't understand the emotion. Maybe in 50 or 60 years kids will say the same thing about 9-11. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing. Maybe a little bit of both.

4. No one in that building, in the Pentagon, or on the planes (other than the terrorists) knew that 9-11 would be their last day to be alive. For me, it brought home the reality that I could be gone at anytime, without any warning. Now, I really want each day to have some value. Did the events of 9-11 bring about a change in the way you live your life? Not the way you mean I think. Emotionally, it has. I didn't have much of a reaction to the entire mess until the following Sunday night. I was so wrapped up in the work aspect of it. Doing what needed to be done. But that Sunday at work we were half way through our 10 o'clock news cast, I was TD'ing (technical directing/punching all the buttons) and started crying. I couldn't stop. The next day, Monday, I was supposed to edit for the 5 o'clock show and then work crew for all three shows. I ended up closing the edit bay door and crying the entire time. It became physically impossible for me to stop. One of my co-workers (and friends) was kind enough to edit for the 10 o'clock show for me so I could go home for a couple hours. It's amazing how much a Mommy cuddle/hug/snuggle can help make you feel all safe even when you're in your 20's. I've learned to be much more careful about my emotional well-being (I've been having to do that for years anyway, I've been struggling with depression for 6 or 7 years now) but to a much greater degree. If I focus to much on what happened I can feel myself going to that place again, and that isn't good!

5. Several who loved to fly in planes will not step foot in one anymore. Many parents are more protective of their children. A year later, do you find yourself feeling more secure than back then? Or is it just a matter of time before something else happens? I think something else will happen, I don't think it'll be as big, but it will happen. My parents fly a lot (the work with missionaries, so they fly to where the missionaries are) and their first few trips after 9-11 were very hard for me. I was more worried than I've been in a long time. But I know that God is watching over them and if he decided to take them home, then they'll go home. A year later, I'm a little bit more secure, but at the same time I'm still kind of waiting for the next thing to happen.

6. The best way for me to honor the those impacted by the attack will be to refrain from any media that day. No papers, no radio and especially no television. Others will light candles, and others will attend special services. What, if anything, will you do to personally reflect on the tragedy? Well, I can't avoid the media (I work in it after all) I don't know what I'll do. I haven't really thought that far ahead yet.

7. One of the visuals that touched me the most were the walls and walls full of hand made "Missing" posters. What image will you always have in your mind when you recall the events of 9-11? The cliche is the firefighters raising the flag, or the flag over the wall at the Pentagon. Then there's the one front wall of one of the towers that was still standing in the rubble. The video from inside a few of the buildings nearby when the towers came down, how everything suddenly became black, and then when it settled, everything was white. That Friday there was a candlelight vigil along one of the main streets in my city. Driving down that was amazing. Hundreds of people lined the street with candles and flags. The fire department and police were there flashing their lights and sirens, people that couldn't stop drove by and honked in support. It's been said by lots of people already, but seeing that many people come together to support each other and our country was breathtaking.

BONUS: Who's gonna come around when you break? My mom. She's always there to give me a hug or help me out whenever I need it.

Comment question of the week: What's your favorite hand gesture? I sign (ASL) so probably the "I Love You" hand. It says so much and is so simple, plus... I can draw it so I can add it to papers and things.

Thank you for this Monday Mission, I haven't written many of these things down, and haven't thought about them that much either. It's easier for me to try to ignore it all. You made me think about how I feel about the whole thing. Thank You!

September 10, 2002


I just need to vent for a sec... Lately I've been reading a lot of stuff about 9-11 coming up again. (who hasn't right?) But, I have a different perspective than most people. Most of the things I've been reading have something negative to say about a reporter, or a TV show, or the media in general. I'm a member of the media (I'm a Newscast Director at a local news station, abc affiliate) and we're not all bad! It's just as hard for us to see all of those horrible pictures, and hear all those stories. Reporters aren't trying to be mean or insensitive when they ask questions, if you're trying to capture the emotion of a story, you have to ask hard questions.

I'm one of those people that have a hard time seeing all those pictures. Last year, after a week of work and seeing everything 24/7 I completely broke down. I hit a point where all I could do was cry, I was physically incapable of stopping. I would like to be able to avoid the media for a while, it would make it much easier for me to deal with the day itself if I didn't have to see it and be reminded of it at every turn. But I can't. I have to be at work, and there's a TV in every room.

People in the media aren't monsters, we do have hearts, we do feel things. We have to find a way to deal with what has happened just like everyone else, but we also have to find a way to explain what has happened, to create some order from the chaos of events. It isn't easy, sometimes we seem cold, sometimes that's the only way we can continue to function without falling apart. We go home with the same exact feelings you do.

Farscape Update

OK, newest info I've found. The sets aren't being destroyed, just dismantled. So everybody keep writing/calling/faxing/e-mailing. Apparently they were completely caught off guard by the response so far, so KEEP IT UP! We may pull this off yet. This site has a lot of information if you need any.


I'm doing a new weekly meme today. How exciting for me! It's This or That Tuesday! Here goes...

1. Paper or plastic? Paper, except at WalMart because they only have plastic bags.
2. Stripes or plaid? Um, stripes I think.
3. Baseball or football? Neither. I'm not real big into the organized team sport thing. I do like gymnastics and figure skating, oh and hockey. I know, weird combination. I'm forced to watch football at work (Monday Night Football, I work at an ABC affiliate)
4. TV or movies? I'm never free to go see movies in the theatre, so TV. But I watch movies on TV/DVD/VHS a lot.
5. Craig Kilborn or Conan O'Brien? Conan!
6. Amazon or BN.com? Amazon
7. Yahoo or Google? Google
8. Star Trek or Star Wars? Trek!!!!! Star Wars is too melodramatic for me. Star Trek ROCKS!!!
9. Cats or dogs? Birds!
10. Is that for here or to go? To go. I almost always eat food, to go, at work.

Thank you, This has been a This or That Tuesday presentation.

September 11, 2002

It's Here

Well, September 11th has been here for a few hours now. I'm not sure how I feel about that. It's been a year since the world changed. Let's hope that the coming year will be better, more peaceful.

September 12, 2002

Bad Day

Well, it's been a really sucky day, and not just for the obvious reasons.

I had to take my kitty, Ebony, to the Humane Society today. I moved and I can't keep him, I've been trying to find a new home for him and I haven't been able to. Time ran out and I didn't have any other options. The girl just grabbed him out of my arms and took him in the back. I couldn't even say 'bye.

I just feel like crap now. I feel like such a bad Mommy that I had to do that.

Nothing Much

I really don't have anything to say. Maybe I'll go find a meme to keep me busy for a bit. Apparently CNN Headline News has done a story about the Farscape fans. Woo Hoo. It sounds like SciFi might actually be listening. Apparently they told the the construction (or de-struction) guys to stop packing up the sets. Maybe we're in luck! Just to keep it up here. Here's the Link to get info on what you can do.

September 14, 2002


Well, I updated the Photo Album. I added some pictures from Geocaching in the Cities. And a frog I found on the road, the aurora from a week or so ago, and other various things. Oh, pictures of the KSTP building too. I took some pictures yesterday (or the day before maybe) of my landlady's flowers that I'm hoping to post in the next couple days too. They're these huge purply-pink flowers that are beautiful.

And a Farscape update... the packing of the sets has indeed stoped. A rally at SciFi's headquarters in New York was Thursday morning. There's another one in Atlanta, Saturday afternoon. Apparently SciFi is actually listening, and nothing is written in stone. (sorry for the cliche) Other networks are talking to people, so maybe even if SciFi continues to be crazy, someone else will pick it up. I've been faxing and e-mailing my butt off. I'm thinking that I'll print up a bunch of fliers and go distribute them around town tomorrow. It's Saturday and I'm not working so I can spend some time on the cause. And without further ado, HERE is the link to all the info you need to help out yourself. 'Scapers have been on CNN at least four times in the past couple days. They may even cover the rally in Atlanta tomorrow. So the fight isn't lost yet! Keep fighting!


What Farscape Character are you?
Hey, check it out! I'm Pilot & Moya!
To help save them click HERE.

September 15, 2002


I added some flower pictures to the Photo Album. They're these big purple-ish pink flowers. A person on Common Threads said that they're Hibiscus. I went on google and they are indeed Hibiscus. So that's there.

On the Farscape front. I went and put up posters all over town yesterday. I'm sure most of them got taken down pretty quickly, but I'll go do it again today or tomorrow.


I stumbled across another geocacher on common threads. Or more acurately, he stumbled across me.

And while I'm on the geocaching front. IWTB and I are planning to head out for some cache maintenance tomorrow morning. Apparently our cache is leaking again. So I'm going to head out and buy a new container for us to use as a replacement. She'll decorate it tonight and then I'll pick her up tomorrow and we'll go fix it. I think that's it for now! But you never know when the blogging bug will strike again!

September 17, 2002

Testing for IWTB


She wants to know if this looks right in a blog w/html. We'll find out!

September 18, 2002

This or That

I haven't felt like writing anything the last couple of days, so I thought I'd do the This or That Tuesday to try and get myself going.

1. Portland, Maine or Portland, Oregon? I dunno. I'd like to visit each someday.
2. New York or New Jersey? New York I guess
3. Van Gogh or Van Halen? Van Gogh definately
4. Bill Clinton or Bill Gates? Neither!
5. Leonardo daVinci or Leonardo DiCaprio? daVinci, although I do enjoy DiCaprio, but he really isn't a match for daVinci
6. "American Pie" or "American Idol"? The song "American Pie", not the movie tho'
7. George W. Bush or Curious George? Curious George, (and the man in the yellow hat of course!)
8. Billy Joel or Billy Idol? Um... Billy Holiday! :)
9. Donny Osmond or Donald Duck? Donald Duck
10. Dr. Seuss or Dr. Kevorkian? Dr. Suess, Dr. Kevorkian kills people so for sure not him.

I have a Favorite Planet

What Planet Are You From?

this quiz was made by The Autist Formerly Known As Tim

This is going to sound odd, but my favorite planet has always been Neptune. I think it's the color that attracts me. So... apparently that's because I'm from Neptune!

The World is Full of Weirdos

what sort of weirdo are you?
this quiz by belle

Ultimate Flash Frame

Hey all you editors out there, check out this news story. It's a flash frame on purpose!
Click Here

September 19, 2002


*clears throat*
Ummm... Hi.... Is this thing on?


I just lost my really long post!

OK, the short version is...
Farscape wdsection is down. I guess the server has been very busy with all the 'scapers out there and they're down for a couple hours for upgrades (or something like that)

I was stuck at work and couldn't get into the chat because the computers here are HORRIBLE!! So, I'm waiting for the transcript on Save Farscape so I can see what happened.

My best bud IWTB has a website now. It'll eventually have her fanfic (X-files if you're interested) and some other stuff. For now it's a blog only.

And other randomness...
I need to redesign my Photo Album. It takes way too long for the thumbnails to load if you're on a dial up. So, I'm debating between organizing by date or by category. Unless someone out there has another organization method.

I think that's everything from my long lost post!

September 20, 2002


I'm Mad Mary Flint

Every pirate is a little bit crazy. You, though, are more than just a little bit. Like the rock flint, you're hard and sharp. But, also like flint, you're easily chipped, and sparky. Arr!

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Arrr! (again)

Here's the link for the pirate quiz. I somehow messed it up in the previous post and now can't get at it to correct it!

Ironic? You be the Judge

This is funny. Check out what happens when a certain search string is entered into Google.


This is really weird! Talk about a bad trip.

Friday Five

1. Would you say that you're good at keeping in touch with people? Not really, I'm good about a couple of close friends/family, but that's it.

2. Which communication method do you usually prefer/use: e-mail, telephone, snail mail, blog comments, or meeting in person? Why? E-mail or blog comments. I like being able delete stupid stuff before it comes "out of my mouth". And I can do it any hour of day or night. I have such a weird schedule that it's easier if I can get back to people at 3 a.m. instead of during the day.

3. Do you have an instant messenger program? How many? Why/why not? How often do you use it? Nope, none. No real reason, just never really looked into them.

4. Do most of your close friends live nearby or far away? I really only have a couple very close friends, and they live nearby. (I was roommates with one of them for a year)

5. Are you an "out of sight, out of mind" person, or do you believe that "distance makes the heart grow fonder"? Both. I think if there was an important/special relationship there to begin with then I miss whomever it is. But, if the relationship is more of acquantance, then it kinda dissolves.

And that is what they call The Friday Five

September 21, 2002


I'm just sitting here reading blogs and I heard this banging sound. I looked up and there was a woodpecker right outside my window. He poked his little black & white & red head around and I could see his little face. Unfortunately my camera was downstairs and he flew off very quickly, but maybe he'll come back!

September 22, 2002


My modem's been down ALL DAY!!!! I'm finally back on-line. It's amazing how annoyed I get when I can't get to my blog. The thing that did amuse me about the whole thing though was the message on the customer service line. I called and they had a message on it about the entire state of Wisconsin being off-line. The next thing said that if you had more problems to go to their site and e-mail them from there. Um... if my entire internet access isn't working, how am I supposed to e-mail?

I've actually had another semi-productive day other than that though. I unloaded two more big boxes of VHS's and I'm in the middle of doing laundry. So... perfect time for internet surfing (since I can finally get on-line again)


Everyone send Madelah sleepy vibes. And some comfortable body ones while you're at it!


I just sent my first photos to my photoblog. Now I just have to get the 1000 words code to work and tell Madelah that I want to join the ring.

September 23, 2002


Halley made me cry. Her post got me thinking about my grandma's death, and that never goes to a happy place. It is joyful, but that is a completely different thing. I am joyful because I know she's home with her Father (and mine), but sad because she's gone. I wasn't there when it happened, but I had a "goodbye" moment a few days prior.

My grandma loved flowers. Pansies will forever be "Grandma Flowers" to me. Excuse a tangent for a second... almost 2 years ago now, I worked at an elementary school for a year. I was part interpreter, part special ed aide. One of the kids I worked with, Chris, he and his mom brought flowers for all the people that helped him through the year. They brought me Pansies. I broke down crying like a little baby. Pansies are just so special to me (and the rest of the family) now. OK, back to the point. My grandma loved flowers. We all brought flowers frequently to keep her room blooming so she could enjoy them for as long as possible. I brought a bouquet and held them down near the side of her bed and put my head near hers so she could see them and me. I told her I loved her and she told me she loved me. It was only a few minutes, but it was so special. A few days later she died and I was so grateful that I had had that chance to say goodbye. That moment is so important to me now.

Well, now that I'm sitting here bawling...

I just have to remember that she's home now. She's not in pain, and someday I'll see her again.

September 25, 2002

May the Schwartz Be With You!

Which Mel Brooks Movie Are You?

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Possible Goodness

I got a call from the local school district the other day and after an extended phone tag session, I actually talked to someone today. THe lady I talked to wanted to know if I would be interested in a part time interpreting job! It isn't something they need right now, but she wanted to know if I was interested "if something happens". It almost sounded like there's a situation right now and they aren't sure how it's going to end up, so they needed a back-up plan. So... I'm THRILLED! I would love to go back to interpreting, and part-time would be perfect. Then I wouldn't have to mess with my work schedule at the TV station. I'm hoping that something actually comes of it.

And in other good news... I booked plane tickets to go to the ST:TNG convention in California this weekend. It's going to take all of the extra money I've got (plus a tidge more) but it's going to be sooooo worth it. I can't wait. I will of course have to take tons of pictures!

September 27, 2002

Almost Leaving

Well, in about two hours I'm leaving to go catch a plane to California! I'm a geek! I'm going to a Star Trek convention in Pasadena. The thing that convinced me to go for it was the invitation on WWDN for any of us to go and introduce ourselves. I've discovered that Wil's a really cool guy and his descriptions of conventions made me want to go to one. So... I am! And it's a good one too. All except two of the TNG people are going to be there, and since that's the show I've been obsessed with since day one... it seemed like an awfully good one to go to.

So... I'm not sure what my internet access is going to be like but I'll have tons of stuff to update when I get back.

And... one other great thing. My 1000 words registration was activated. So, now my Photo Blog is part of the 1000 words ring.

Oh, I just thought of another good thing... Hannah is up above 6 pounds now. Another two weeks and she gets to go home! Her actual due date was just a couple days ago, so she's doing really well.

And I found another 'terp on-line. I was surfing the 1000 words ring and ran across another signer. It's amazing to me the people I've run into that have similar interests, or tastes, etc. to me. I'd never have met any of these people without the internet. OK, philisophical moment over.

This'll probably be it for posts for a couple days, but I'll probably have a string of 'em when I get back!

September 28, 2002

I'm Here

I'm here, this computer sucks, having a grreat time, Wil rocks!

I'l post TONS more when I get home.
IWTB... I have a surprise for you! :)

September 30, 2002


He was amazing. I'll be posting more later. Yes, Cis... I'm tired, but I PROMISE I will post more later. I can't prevent it! I'm so excited about the whole thing and want to tell everyone everything! I'm posting one of my Wil pics here now, and a few other pics from the convention in my PhotoBlog. There will be MANY more to follow. I'm just posting a few right away.

Here's the first pic, I'm a little bummed that it turned out slightly blurred. But I'll take it!
Me & Wil

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