Last week, D and I drove down to the San Francisco bay area for the Game Control Summit and to see friends. We saw quite a few people at the GC Summit, but also did our best to squeeze in other visits–which is how we ended up having breakfast, dessert, tea, and dinner, pretty much one right after the other, on Saturday.
We went to opening night of Foothill College’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which is a great show, and made even more hilarious by my fellow Richter Scale David Mister, who plays William Barfée; had lunch with Pauline and Brian, who just got engaged (she ran a birthday/proposal treasure hunt for him, natch); and I got in-person critiques from various “beta readers” on my novel manuscript.
Finally, on our way home, we stopped at Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park in Napa to scatter Bayla‘s ashes. That was the reason we drove instead of flying. I’m glad we did it. Bubbling Well is the same place where Amber was laid to rest, and now our girls are together again.