We had a great time at WonderCon. It's always a bit difficult to get back to reality (whatever that may be) after attending a comic book convention. When you surround yourself with things you love: art, books, comics, film, etc... on a daily basis and then you enter a bubble where that world is alive and real, it's pretty hard to want to leave it. The real world seems more surreal afterwards. It's not something most folks would understand unless you love science fiction, fantasy, comics, film, art, etc... and it's a part of your world already.
We know that we're pretty lucky to be able to attend these conventions and that WonderCon is only a small taste of the big pie: San Diego Comic Con. Yes, we're already counting down and talking about it.
So today I'll try to acclimate back to my reality. I'll work in my journal, read some of the books that we bought, figure out where to put my two new dolls and later on watch something together that we'll all enjoy.
"Imagination and fiction make up more than three quarters of our real life." Simone Weil