Brilliant Deductions (bardiclug) wrote,
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And a good time was had by all. :)

Thank you to the OVFF Concom for having me as their guest.  It was a great experience, and I was happy and proud to serve.

Thank you to the attendees of OVFF 20.  What a great time you all put on. It will take me a few days to digest all of the experiences and come down off the ego high that you have all enabled in me.

A few other thank yous...

Thank You to Urban Tapestry for taking the blame.

Thank You to Marty Fabish for the Balvenie.

Thank You to Mary Bertke for the ride from the airport.

Thank You to my brother, Bryan, for driving out from Maryland to join us.

Thank You to Amanda for throwing such a great party.

Thank You to Paul Kwinn for diligently recording everything. :)

Thank You to Mark Peterson and the rest of the Sound Crew for doing an excellent job of Tech.

Thank You to Luis Garcia for being the Best Drummer Ever.

I'm sure there's more, but my brain is tired and trying to get back into work mode.  I'll add more today as I think of it.

Probably not much of a con report from me, as I was careening through the schedule most of the weekend. I will say that I had a blast, wasn't able to spend enough time with my beloved friends, and am looking forward with much anticipation to the next time we are all together.

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