By Day 3, I was exhausted. Partly cause I was in a lot of pain in my wrist. Partly cause I ran 6 miles Saturday night after the convention (another post to come). I was dizzy and out of it, so I drank coffee all morning. But the adrenaline kicked in when we entered the exhibition hall, and we rocked out another day.
Sunday was kid day, and it was awesome watching Steve interact with the children. They loved him! It was also awesome seeing people get so happy with their cat drawings.
This costume was awesome.
Friends at the Chicago Comics booth!
I sort of flipped out when I saw this costume--perhaps my all time favorite of the weekend:
Maurie and Flaurie of Superdawg!
Mid costume swoon, I heard Maurie call my name. Guess who was inside!
My old friend David Facchini! Which made it all the better! My friends are so cool!
There was a cat drawing contest! Steve was challenged! I gave them the topic of "a cat on a boat."
I took photos of everyone who bought a drawing. This one was another friend!
More friends! So many happy reunions.
Finally, it was the end of the day. Steve and I had survived 25 hours of the convention and extra travel and set-up tear down times on each side each day. But WE DID IT!
Thanks, Steve, for a great weekend!