And I'm totally burnt out by it. It felt like going-going, list-making, running-around the three days leading up to it, right down to the last minutes before it all started, and I feel: Over it. I know from past experience that it's the build up to, and planning for, way more than the event itself that makes it worth doing. But it's possible that knowing this ahead of time somehow shadowed it too. It's interesting to see what you "take away" from something like this, and I think I spent a little too much conscious time looking for it.
I thought the stuff hung well in the space, and that it all really did come together nicely. But I'm having a hard time looking at it anymore!