Monday, June 05, 2006

I'm Back.

OK, the train show is over. Greg L. stopped by, as did Robert Molluer, and maybe some other people, I was pretty zonked out with all the work (I went to bed friday night at 4am, and got up at 7am to get everything set up by 10).

I've been pretty busy commenting on other blogs, especially about the Steve Chapman/BVBL lawsuit.

My leg still hurts, but it's been a bit better the last few days (actually my knee is now bothering me, but that's another story).

I've got to get a column out for Wednesday, and then I've got a bevy of stuff to post about that I've been neglecting for the past week.


Riley, Not O'Reilly said...

Train show was great. Turns out Greg and I ran into each other and we didn't even know it.

Greg L said...

It was cool for you to set up a display. I came by with the family while you were setting up and too busy to talk. My four year old was fascinated at the idea you could make a train with legos and enjoyed the display. Later when I stopped by by myself you were tearing down and would have loved to talk more, but you were obviously busy preventing the wind from stealing the fruits of your labors. Maybe next time.

That was a nice thing to do for the kids. I appreciate it.

Charles said...

Thanks, Greg. I appreciate it. The wind was almost unbearable, my daughter spent the morning hanging on to the tent and moving it away from the display.

I'm sorry we didn't get to talk.

Jim, I'm sorry I didn't see you at the event. I did meet Carroll at his tent on my one slow hobble out of my booth to the other Lego display -- but after I told him I wasn't in the district he lost interest :->

Riley, Not O'Reilly said...

Charles, were you at the Lego display with the Thomas train or a different one?

Charles said...

I was stuck over with the vendors, in front of the Museum.

But wasn't that Lego display awesome? Those guys worked really hard to put that together.