Miss D. and I have arrived in Chattanooga, where LibertyCon begins on Friday. We came early because two very dear friends are celebrating their marriage here tomorrow, and yours truly is officiating; and another well-known author and her husband plan to renew their wedding vows, and I’m going to be there for that as well. It’s nice being a clergyman, even if medically retired – one can help out with that sort of thing. (Little do the bride and groom suspect the nature of the vows I’ve prepared for them . . . MWAAAHAHAHA!)
Blogging will be lighter during the next few days, because Miss D. and I have workshops to present and panels in which to participate. I’ll try to post when I can, and perhaps queue up some articles for scheduled posting when I know I won’t be able to do so in person.
I’m looking forward to meeting those of my readers who make it to Chattanooga. Bring swimming costumes . . . it’s supposed to hit 100 degrees tomorrow!