Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Not Bouchercon Bound

This is the day Judy and I would have been flying to Cleveland for the Bouchercon.  Right about now we'd be at Houston's big airport, waiting to board our plane.  This year, however, we won't be going.  As the old saying goes, circumstances beyond our control have prevented us.  Not that the rest of you shouldn't have a wonderful time without us.  Don't forget to buy plenty of books in the Dealers Room and go to a lot of panels.  Hang out and talk. I'm planning to read all about it on various blogs and twitter streams so I can have a few vicarious thrills.  At my age, that's probably the best kind.

4 comments:

Cap'n Bob said...

I get to babysit.

Anonymous said...

I hope you and Judy get to do something fun at home this weekend. And let's not forget salt and pepper gift, surely something to celebrate!
Michel

Richard R. said...

Bill, here's hoping you both are okay and things are under control there, and that you have a chance to relax a little. You can spend the time watching campaign ads! Well, maybe not. Whatever you do, enjoy it, eh?

No babysitting here, Bob.

Bill Crider said...

Luckily we don't live in a swing state, so we've had zero political ads. So we're cool.