Lunacon was my third convention in three months, so I was a bit tired and wasn't sure I wanted to go, but was pretty sure that once I got there I'd have fun, and I did have fun. I traveled early enough on Friday that, though sleet rattled on the train most of the way, I beat the worst of the storm. The only trouble I had was getting a cab from the Rye train station to the hotel, as due to the weather, cabs were in short supply. I'd brought a list of phone numbers for cab companies in Rye, though, and that helped. By Sunday, the fallen snow wasn't much of a problem for public transportation, and my Amtrak train was only about fifteen minutes late. MetroNorth was right on time!
As usual, I spent most of my time talking to people I knew, and more people, and more people. I met paleologa's good friend A. and kradical's lovely friend Sarah Beth Durst. I also had a fun dinner Saturday night spent geeking about Dr. Who.
I, umm, didn't go to any panels that I wasn't on, or readings in which I was not a participant. I sort of intended to go, but didn't, and the readings in which I was interested conflicted with committments.
All in all, a fun con, and everyone I saw seemed to be having fun as well. Such a lovely change from last year's hotel problems that made everything so difficult, from eating to program!