karen_w_newton (karen_w_newton) wrote,
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karen_w_newton

Our WFC 2013 memberships are sold!

Well, as soon as the membership rolls closed, our two memberships to the 2013 World Fantasy Convention in Brighton, UK went like hotcakes. Why do we say that? Did hotcakes always sell well? I don't see why. I can't recall the last time I bought any.

In other news, my husband is recovering nicely from his latest spinal column surgery, our driveway is being replaced and widened, and the cat (see above) turned out to be not missing after all, as he was merely asleep in the basement on top of some shelving where he had figured out how to climb up but not down.
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