So Fannatiku Fest is coming up soon! In fact, it is the last weekend in March (27 & 28). We've moved to the Dixie Convention Center - which has tons more space so I cannot wait to see all the hi-jinx that we have in store for our attendees.
~TheNatchan (https://www.deviantart.com/thenatchan) has a really good plug for it, so I'll just re-post what she said here:
Fannatiku Fest is a small Anime/Comic/Video Game convention in Southern Utah. But don't let small get you down, we know how to party just as hard as the biggies! We've been around for quite a few years and we're looking for new attendees and friends! Please give us a look see and maybe join us for the event! We h
I just realized that I haven't updated my journal since last December. Bad Miss Relena! Bad!
Work has been crazy-busy since school let out and the Summer Reading Program began. But that's good -- right? The only thing that really gets to me are the parents who think the library is a free daycare. They drop their "little darlings" off the second we open, and don't retrieve them until the end of the day. Haven't had to call the cops yet... but nothing is beyond possibility yet. *sigh* When will certain members of the community realize that there is barely enough staff to run the library properly, let alone keep track of unsupervised kids?
I guess I just REALLY needed a break. . . & to get hugs from my mom. I feel much better now!
My family had a nice Christmas holiday in Idaho. It snowed the entire way there, so the drive up was harrowing. But it was so very worth it. My daughter frolicked in the drifts and had a snowball fight with her cousin. I had an appointment with my chiropractor and feel infinitely less in pain now. I was able to see family I haven't visited with in years. And my husband received a bunch of video games that he can't physically play yet. *mean snicker* All in all, I feel buoyed up in spirit and health.
I was also able to visit with far-away friends! I