Home from another enjoyable con at Glasgow.
We had early entry tickets and once again it was a good choice. Started with a quick nosey around to see where guests were seated.
As expected this year it seemed quieter, I assume due to the smaller line up. I admit I was apprehensive about this year for this very reason. However I was so glad I went.
I had a great laugh in the Retro Gaming area, struggling to remember combos to try and beat my friend at Street Fighter 2.
I met Colette Hiller, Mark Rolston, Jeanette Goldstein as previously planned. All 3 of them were lovely and fantastic to talk too. Colette was a particular highlight taking pictures with everyone (at the time).
I also decided on the day to meet Rusty Goffe. Based solely on finding out about his extensive CV. It was a great choice. He is a really nice, funny gentleman. Can't recommend highly enough how much I am so glad I did.
I was a bit short for time today so didn't stay for the talks this year. My loss based on previous years.
I sometimes think other forum users are too quick to complain about "crap" or lack lustre line ups etc. But it's horses for courses. What might not spark your interest, may be a hero for others etc. I for one am just glad that things like this event happen. Already looking forward to the next one.
Hope everyone enjoys their weekend!