Getting back to normal

I’ve had a couple of days of sleeping late and reading most of the day (I am *so* glad I decided to take this week off work!), so I’m pretty much recovered from the convention now (it wasn’t so much the actual convention events – it was the staying up half the night talking and sorting out books for the next day and waiting for a turn on the internet to make release notes and journal entries and forum posts and…). We went over to Trattorie for breakfast this morning, to return the “mobile OCZ” to its proper place on the bookshelves there. Of course, when I got there, I couldn’t help having a glance through the few books still on the shelves, and ended up picking up three: The Shipping News by E Annie Proulx, Like You, Really by Kate Flannery, and The River King by Alice Hoffman

And now, to get on with writing backdated diary entries for the convention weekend (hopefully I’ll be more successful at getting it written up this time than I was for Sydney – I never did finish that, did I?)

Currently reading: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling

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