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The Hindenberg has landed... [Mar. 27th, 2008|11:44 am]
[mood |tiredtired]

I started feeling like I was on the downhill slope last night. Walking slower, needing the stick for balance just a little more. This morning I went to the airport to drop Sharon off, and back here to crash for a little. I was struggling at the airport, and post-snooze, can barely walk. Walking from the bedroom to the lounge has just about killed me, and looking at replies on LJ to yesterday's topics has already set me feeling very tired.

And that's not a complaint, I was expecting it. In fact, I'm surprised it took this long. And I had an utterly fabulous con because I could go to panels and party 'til the wee hours most nights. The award was just a bonus, albeit a fairly massive one.

So for the moment, regarding socialising in Perth, all bets are off. I may be needing to just rest, rest, rest, and socialising and talking to people is one of the quickest ways to wipe me out.

Leaving Elaine's place today, and tonight I'll be shacked-up somewhere for a few days with Seshat. Looking forward to some quality time and lots of cuddles there.

Thanks to everyone for showing me a great time at the con. I had a ball :)

[User Picture]From: angriest
2008-03-27 03:49 am (UTC)
Well I am available for socialising if you're up and want to, and completely understand if you're too tired before you go home.

I am encouraged that your "up" periods get longer and more energetic each year.
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From: duntov_475hp
2008-03-27 08:00 am (UTC)
Glad you had fun! MY big con won't be until first week of September. (Asseuming the job I am going for doesn't prevent it. Driving a bigrig)

When I saw you mention your stick it made me think... my aunt makes "memory sticks", which is a large stained wooden walking stick made of something like driftwood and polished nicely and embosed with various posessions of your fondest memories. Medals, lucky coins, pendants, and even photos. I don't know how much she charged... however... I'd bet you'd be able to make one of your own. That would also leave something behind for whoever is still here when you're gone. Sort of a history of "All that is Danny"! I plan on doing that very thing.
Speaking of making "Your own" I have to finish my peace pipe... It's taken me all of...
5 years to get around to it.
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