The classes that CBC offered were amazing, but the best part was meeting all of my virtual friends in real life. That was my real reason for attending. Yes, I learned a bit from the workshops, but that wasn’t nearly as important, to me, as chatting with my friends. So, when the opportunity came to skip a class in favor of lunch, I chose to take it. It was these moments where we were able to focus on the serious stuff, like if we have ever cussed. I know. Serious stuff.
If I were to do this over again (or if I were to actually plan in advance for next year), I would plan lunches and dinners beforehand with my wonderful friends. That way, I might be able to snag more time with Crash. Instead, I had to pose like I was finally meeting a celebrity (because I was) when she snapped a photo of me.
Or I would actually take my camera rather than steal pictures from my friends’ sites. (Sorry Crash.)
In many ways, two days was not nearly enough to bask in all my dear friends’ wonderfulness. I already miss them. Thank goodness for blogging.