I wish I was at BGGCon.
I'm not lying. I really do. It's a little hard to watch the feed without feeling a bit sad, missing out on meeting cool people and designers, and trying out the latest demos of the hottest games.
And I'll spare the "I have a family, no free time" spiel. Lord knows HOW MANY times I've said that over and over.
What's a BGGCant-er to Do?
Well, I can always read rules, brush up on some games so that I'll be better prepared the next game night when I want to introduce a new game to the group.
There's a lot of crafting I can prep for. I have an awesome idea that seems simple enough to implement, but will need to run some measurements.
Oo, I can practice more on my video technique, and work on more scripts for possible filming.
Or I can always play solo variants of my favorite games. It really helps me get better at setup the more I get a game onto the table.
*Sigh*...I wonder what's going on at BGGCon?
*Click click click*