On My Way Home

Clarion has wrapped up for me, although not for the students (they have four weeks to go, and Elizabeth Bear is their next instructor). I’ll have more to say about it later, but the short form is: A very excellent time, with folks whose writing I don’t doubt you will hear more about in the near future. Saturday will be given over to air travel and then seeing if the cats remember who I am. I hope they do. We will see.

Catch you all on the other side.

11 thoughts on “On My Way Home

  1. Judging by Ghlaghghee’s tweets, I don’t think you have to worry about being forgotten.

  2. I have the opposite problem – I hope my cats forget who I am, becuase if they remember it’s painful.

    Anyway, travel safely boss.

    Dave

  3. Of course the cats have forgotten you. You abandoned them–again! You’re always runnning off to do silly things with those other silly humans, instead of staying home and granting the cats’ every whim, as you should. For shame!

  4. It’s not whether the cats remember you that matters. It’s whether or not they will tolerate your return to their domain.

  5. It’s too bad I didn’t have enough vacation time stored up to be able to go to Clarion this year. It would have been great to have you as a teacher John.

    Oh well, here’s hoping I can get in next year. :)

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