by Lillian Csernica on March 31, 2016
I’m home now, but there’s so much left of Norwescon that ought to be mentioned. To all the people included in the events mentioned below, allow me to offer you my most sincere thanks for your hospitality, your generosity, and your wonderful senses of humor.
The Fukushima at 5 panel — Some very insightful and useful information.
The gracious lady who pointed out to me that I was wearing one ribbon I probably didn’t understand the meaning of, so I might want to understand it. She explained, I was enlightened, and I kept on wearing the ribbon.
More ribbons than I have ever seen on one person at one time!
Owen — Some day I have to see that bow of yours up close and in action.
The Vikings two doors down — You folks were great neighbors. Noisy, yes, but highly entertaining as well.
Cajun and his party crew — I have now tasted R’lyeh Punch, and I like it! Also, thanks for the super-cool Mardi Gras beads.
Rand the Vampire — Thank you so much for your explanation of balloon burlesque. I must look into the biography of Sally Rand. She sounds like a most fascinating woman.
The crew for the Hospitality Suite — Good food and friendly smiles always available. The book swap was a cool idea. Loved your chili! Hot but not too hot, especially with the guacamole.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport registration desk staff — They were cordial, helpful, and the cookies were always warm! Thank you for making our stay that much more delightful.
Everybody who got me pointed in the right direction every time I got lost, which happened a lot on Thursday and Friday.
The fabulous group of dedicated geniuses who make up the Norweson Con Com. You people really know how to throw one hell of a convention. I can’t wait to be there in 2017 for the 40th anniversary!