I think the word I am looking for is "Squeeee!!!!"

Guess what I’m doing tomorrow? 😀

I really should be working (I’ve got a lot to do if I want to clear my desk by 5), but excitement is getting the better of me, and I just can’t stop going and checking the Conventions and Meetings forum and convention website for news updates, and LiveJournal for otakuu‘s latest post on her progress towards Christchurch, and my gmail account just in case there’s any emails from any of my hosts, and, and, and, and…

I’ve managed to get pretty much everything ticked off my to-do list, apart from a couple of things I can’t do until the last minute, and in fact last night was feeling a bit lost – I’ve been running around so frantically the last week or so trying to get everything done, that now it’s all done I didn’t know what to do with myself. So I sat down and read a book 🙂

Big meetup tonight, for the Christchurch Crew to farewell us travellers, and for us to give everyone a sneak preview of our presentation for London.

And then tomorrow afternoon, it’s off to Perth!

May I just repeat, SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

By the way, I think I’ve mentioned this before, but just to remind you, if you want to get the full story of our travels (and not just the bits I remember to blog about), Bookcrosser Exchange: World Tour 2008 is our combined trip blog, which otakuu, lytteltonwitch and I will be cross-posting to, and which discoverylover is also going to try and keep updated with links to any relevant posts made by bookcrossers who we meet along the way. (And if any other LJers want to contribute, I’ve left posting privileges open, so anyone can post (discoverylover has the power to delete any troll/spam posts that creep in))

Right, I really must do some work. Stop bouncing in your seat, FutureCat, and pretend you’re a calm and professional type of person… 🙂

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