Continuum overview

June 12, 2012 Ka'ela Ja'el
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So, Continuum was this weekend. No real lowlights, lots of highlights.

My biggest disappointment was not getting to the Melbourne Museum to see the Mesopotamia Exhibition. And that was because I was too busy having fun elsewhere.

My convention experience was pretty low key and relatively stress free. I had two main purposes for attending – to catch up with friends, and to help Alisa with Twelfth Planet. And I achieved most of that. I had hoped to be able to pop down to Launceston for a quick visit to Tehani but that didn’t happen, which was really disappointing.

My biggest day was always going to be Friday, when I embarked on my cupcake adventure but that deserves a post all on its own, and I’ll try and do that later tonight or tomorrow.

The rest of the time was spent either socialising, or looking after the TPP table where we employed the motto WWTD What Would Tehani Do? this seems to have been a successful tactic as we sold out of so many books! In fact, by the end we had none of the Twelve Planets left at all. This was a Good Thing, not least because we had been so overweight in our luggage coming over.

So for me there were lots of late (laaaaaate) nights, amazing people, and inspirational conversations.


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  • 1. The Great NatCon Blog Pos&hellip  |  June 18, 2012 at 5:55 am

    […] the whiz behind the cupcake extravaganza, has a short post about her experience at the Con wherein she coins the acronym WWTD (What Would Tehani Do?) to […]

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