Canadian wallflowering, and the weekend con/obligatory Hoshicon post let's goooo
So Hoshicon was this weekend, and I'm currently composing this sentiment before the post-con blues kick in (they're close, I assure you). Not the most organized con I've ever attended, but it was one of the most memorable c: One of the best things about anime cons (or cons of other nature, for that matter) is the atmosphere (is that metaphysics I smell?). Everyone loves to be in a place where they're surrounded by people who share their passion, and the fire they have for it.. so getting away from work/school/reality for a weekend of that is really and truly a wonderful experience. Thank you to everyone I saw at Hoshicon for making it fantastic, and I hope to see you all again sometime quite soon.
Friday was the day we actually attended the most programming, interestingly enough. We went to an Avengers panel (which was really quite funny) and walked way more than we probably should have, dressed as we were. I debuted my Lady Loki costume