Vail, here I come

Last year we had lovely weather for much of Sirens — just warm enough in the afternoon to make a walk pleasantly brisk, and (if memory serves) not very rainy at all. This year . . . yeah, not so much. Highs just above freezing, and likely rain or snow.

Ah well. I guess I’ll hang out in front of a roaring fire instead. πŸ™‚

I head off tomorrow, and look forward to seeing some of you there. For all the rest of you, blogging and such will be sparse for a few days. (As if it isn’t sparse at other times, too.)

0 Responses to “Vail, here I come”

  1. la_marquise_de_

    One day I’m getting to Sirens.

  2. wldhrsjen3

    Have a wonderful time! I so wish I was going this year ~ looks like it will be a wonderful program.

  3. janni

    Have a lovely time! I’m sorry to miss this year–say hello to everyone there!

  4. esotaria

    Yay! Looking forward to seeing you – it’s always nice to see people again. πŸ™‚

  5. Marie Brennan

    Yeah, I was hoping I could convince other people to go the lazy route. ^_^

  6. Anonymous

    Yah, I was born in late July, and some of the people in our neighborhood were sure the folks should wait to send me to kindergarten when I was 6 instead of 5. And…no. Really really really no. Not only would I not have been around for various awesome meetings in my life–which led to other awesome meetings in my life–but I believe I would have continued reading and learning stuff at the same rate–which would have meant that I still would have been a bored and frustrated 17-year-old, but skipping a grade would have made me a bored and frustrated 17-year-old who still had another year of high school to go. And that would have been really, really bad.

  7. Anonymous

    Aww! wish them a happy anniversary for me! Have fun!

  8. Anonymous

    Now try that as a left-handed student…

    That’s my excuse for my handwriting. And I’m sticking to it.

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