It took a long time for me to realize that going back to work immediately after traveling was a recipe for glazed-eyed unproductivity.
But now whenever possible I slot in a recovery day during which I put no greater demands on myself than doing laundry, acquiring groceries, and petting the uncharacteristically affectionate cat.
Oh and blogging I guess. Case in point.
We had a swell and busy time tabling at the Cincy Comicon. I did not take pictures at the actual show but I took a bunch inside the Cincinnati Union Terminal aka the Cincinnati Museum Center aka the Hall of Justice, where there was a fine reception associated with the con and we got a behind-the-scenes tour. As is my usual practice these photos do not include humans but I enjoyed the company of the humans present as well.
That last one is from inside the cave that is inside the museum. Yes you read that right.
Other notable sights:
This door, which was not at the museum or the con but simply visible during a walk:
I took it as quickly as I could since it seemed likely whomever lives or works behind said door would not react positively.
Then the detail of this other door, which I took both because of the incredibly snazzy knob & push plate (a term I had to look up) and because it is the entrance for Otto’s, a restaurant we liked very much.
And this chalk art:
And I have managed to write this in the exact amount of time it’s taken for the dryer to finish its cycle, so that’s what’s next.