So it's December. Thanksgiving is over, no more conventions until January (when I'll be at Nezumi Con
), and I'm not trying to breakneck a whole bunch of extra comics every week.
Seriously, November UnCONventional
storylines are very difficult to churn out with my hectic schedule.
Tuesday starts a new chapter in UnCONventional, of course, so I find myself having to plot out a new year. And while that is
work, the twice a week schedule is a lot easier to keep up with.
In real life, both Daisho Con and Thanksgiving went very well - at the former I had a lot of fun because I got to see most of my con friends, and the latter because of my Great Great Aunt Ostrid's Pumpkin Pie recipe. No one's sure where she got it from, but it's the only recipe anyone in my family is willing to use at this point.
It is just that good.
While visiting my parents in Milwaukee for Thanksgiving, I also did some of the normal stuff I do there - like help my dad hang up the Christmas lights and get dinner at least once at a George Webb's. If I miss one thing about living this far from Milwaukee, it is being able to just being five minutes away from a George Webb's no matter where I go. I mean sure, Steak N Shake is great, but it always feels like an artificial re-creation of a diner. George Webb's is the real thing.
But it's not like I have strong opinions on the matter.