My wife wrote a nice entry on our Halloween weekend. I don't have much to add. We spent the holiday evening with her sister's family. I ate candy and drank a couple of beers. We played through the entire Left 4 Dead campaign and it was a lot of fun; I was the only survivor.

It's a busy time for me; we moved to a new office at my "real" job and I'm trying to plan three events for 2010. One (comic expo) is brand new, one (Swap-o-Rama-Rama) is recycled, and then there's the good ol' Craftstravaganza which turns five next year. We tried to drum up interest for an internship to help out, but so far nobody has applied. Well, if you want something done right...

Over the past few weeks, I've been meeting with people who are interested in the comic expo idea. There's another group planning a new webcomic event for next year, but their concept is almost a philosophically opposite approach from what I have in mind, so it will be interesting to see what happens. Hopefully they'll both be fun shows and then Minneapolis will have two new comic festivals to attend instead of just one!

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