G: We are talking A.N.T.I.C.I.P.A.T.I.O.N.
Mage: Busy, busy, busy. Leg a little better but can’t go in the water yet.
Weather: Fog, more fog, then continuing fog until the sun comes out through the fog and the fog returns combined with increasing humidity through Comic-Con.
Menus: Leftovers last night.
- Bottom line stuff today. Do a walk through on the house, get the groceries and cook them, laundry, pack for tomorrow, and check to see if Mohave has cleaned her room and can go with us.
- In consultation with the boss, ahem, food will be slow roasted chicken, meat loaf, and something rolled that can be portable at Comic-Con. PP&J sandwiches too.
- Medical bits: (You can skip this) I cut a hole in a compression stocking for my ding, and the leg is better with a scab at last. Red and hot tho. Will tape toes….I haven’t had to do that since I quit. I feel old today.
- Clothing: I’m wearing layers. The Convention Center AC is always cranked up to the max and starts out the day freezing, but by ten o’clock the tens of thousands of bodies will be raising the temperature until we will be roasting by going home time.
- Stuff we can take to Comic-Con: Back Pack, (Oh goodie). Sunscreen. A book. Cell phones. Food is supposed to be illegal but I have seen nothing that says this. I’ve even emailed them. So we will bring munchies, and water as basic survival gear and hope they let it in. Bring cash. They all say to bring cash and wear comfortable shoes.
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