So now that RTX AND July 4th have come to an end, I guess I'll do a quick write-up of my adventures.
Where do I begin...
So I got to be a guardian for the second straight year, which I was unbelievably excited for. Last year I had a blast as a member of the Response team, and I would have been very happy to serve there again. But to my surprise, I was placed into the PA team. The excitement I felt upon learning this was astronomical lol
Being a PA was incredible. Day 1 I was just a freelance PA, so I kinda bounced around. I escorted Gus to a panel, chilled at The Creatures booth for a bit, and assisted in escorting the Game Grumps around. It was all really fun! However, day 2 rolled around and unfortunately, one of Funhaus' PAs fell ill to food poisoning, and so I was thrown into the Funhaus team for the remainder of the weekend. And dudes, it was so fun. The men (and lady) in Funhaus were very kind, easy to work with, and very funny lol I had 3 other PAs with me on the team (Corwin, James and Melissa <3) and together, I think we did a very solid job of keeping the FH guys organized :)
So yeah, the event itself was amazing. Everyone on the PA team was very welcoming and kind to myself, and all the other newbies to the team. I hope I did a good enough job to be asked back to the team next year!
But aside from the event itself, I also got to meet most of the LetsPlayCommunity friends that I've known for years, but have never met in real life. I've know @PhoenixFilms and @IAmVeryMoist for a while, cuz we all live in Austin. But getting to meet @DBenitez87 @TonyPaoli @ghostsol @KyleDoesGTA @aclarkislost @RJ @Brady @Left2Cry in real life was awesome. Like, they're all real people. It's strange. But yeah, they're all super cool dudes and I'm lucky to call them friends.
That's all I got! Gunna go sleep for like a week. Byeeeeee.