Some pix from the ’ i like your shoelaces’ meet up on April 6th at Ad Astra in Toronto, Ontario—- we made a fandom mural on a big piece of paper, and took used the laptop to log in and follow each other!
there was a family emergency so the urls were not dropped, however, i will share them with everyone who came to the meet up, and i will go to the books store and put them in random books and i will also take them to the next convention i go to, i am so so sorry, guys,
i am going to a meet up on Saturday—-
if you would like your url given out at the meet up in Toronto at Ad Astra, reblog, or send me a note,
and i will share your urls with the meet up and you can have some Toronto Fandom followers, xxxx
rebloging for everyone that went to the meet up so they can follow, and we can add it to the poster we made
My son’s girlfriend lost her best friend in the whole world, she is also a tumblr user, and made this memorial to her best friend.
Please reblog this so that she knows that we grieve with her.
the son and girlfriend were both gophers at Ad Astra, helping in various departments, you might have seen them, with a big yellow dog
Look what someone did to our mystery section. LOOK AT IT.
WHY ARE YOU STILL REBLOGGING THIS, THIS IS THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT I WANTED.
just wait til she gets online and sees this baby passed 200k
The full, albeit modest haul from Ad Astra this weekend.
(Do you know how hard it is to go to a Con where you’ll be hip-deep in books knowing you have a TBR shelf bending from the wake of thirty physical titles plus the ebooks waiting all snug and eager on my Kobo!? Oh, you do? Never mind.)
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