It's certainly been a long summer, and being back in my own house has been almost slightly awkward, but that will pass.
Now that we're back in MD, and the last of my house guests has flown the coop, the rest of the day shall be for resting and hopefully coming a step closer to getting rid of this horrible virus I've had all week. But tomorrow should be back to business as usual!
I've got new hardware, and some new programs I'm really looking forward to getting into.
I'm open for commissions if anyone is interested. I'll be finishing up one tomorrow, but other than that my checklist is pretty open, so if you're interested, please click the commissions link at the top of my journal for more info and prices.
I hope all of you had wonderful summers! Mine was...crazy to say the least. My husband got deployed. The animals and I went home to Wisconsin to visit family for what I thought would be three weeks, that ended up being more like two and a half months. (A bunch of stuff happened and things got kinda scary and pretty stressful for a while but that's not anything I care to go into here). I did get to do some fun things there, and I always appreciate any time I get with my parents. We also spent a week in Ohio with my husband's family to break up 16hr the drive back home to Maryland. My husband was sick the whole time we were there, and pretty much slept all week, and despite my best efforts I ended up with whatever it is (which I'm still fighting off), so my mother in law stepped in to help drive us home and prep the house because my friend ~sutashi04
was flying in for Otakon. So I unexpectedly ended up with a full house. That was nice though because readjusting to my own house after spending months living in my parent's computer/ guestroom is always like experiencing slight culture shock.
Otakon was a blast (the three of us went as our own steampunk versions Alice in wonderland characters), and visiting with ~sutashi04
is always fun, but it's been a long journey, and now that everyone is gone I'm looking forward to some R&R.
(Me at Otakon.