2018 World Maker Faire
We are more than best friends, we are sisters. So you can imagine my distress when my family receives a text from my newly-moved-into-college-student older sister that she wouldn't be able to make it to this years Maker Faire. We did everything together so this would be my first time presenting something without my sister. Of course I have done loads of activities without my sister before (we may be close, but we aren't the same person), but nothing quite this big by myself. So yes I was V E R Y nervous and a little salty that my sister left me to do this all on my own. (But I understand college is tough and she needs time to adjust to her new settings). When we finally arrived at our small hotel room in New York City at 9 p.m, I was so exhausted from wearing myself out mentally that it was all I could do to pull myself up and get supper from a nearby restaurant with the rest of my family. I'm honestly so glad I did, because the food was so delicious that I forgot all my past worrying. The Hibachi we got there was delicious (I swear my taste buds were doing somersaults), and the Chef an amazing showman and cook. With a full belly I returned to our hotel room, took a quick shower, retired to my bed, and fell asleep almost immediately, ending the day promptly.