It is official people, I am really exhausted.
Like, more exhausted than when Daniel was a little tiny newborn.
If you didn’t know, I spent most of the last week in New York for BEA. I flew home yesterday on a 9 am flight, which necessitated getting up and out the door at 6 am to catch a cab. Of course, once I got home, Daniel wanted to be with me, and not just let me go and take a nap. Obviously I wanted to be with him too after so long away (previously the most time I’d spent away from him was about 7.5 hours), but I also wanted SLEEP. So I’m ever-so-slowly recovering. Luckily I don’t have to go back to work until Wednesday, so I’m pretty sure I’ll be taking a lot of naps when Daniel does over the next few days.
So, I’m not actually ready yet to give you all a big BEA recap. Although I have managed to put the books that came home in my carry-on suitcase away, I haven’t had the mental energy to process the last week. I will say, though, that BEA was great, and Book Blogger Convention was even better. Also, I’m super excited to start going through everyone’s Armchair BEA posts. I saw a few of them that happened to be linked up on Twitter, and they looked fantastic. I wish I could have done both!
If you want a little more information about my thoughts on BEA and BBC and don’t want to wait until I emerge from the fatigue fog, you can check out the special That’s How I Blog show that Nicole, Lenore, Allie, and I did on Friday night. Hopefully it actually makes sense, but I’m not guaranteeing anything, because we were pretty exhausted by that point.