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Hey you guys! We’ve been totally lax about updating this blog, but only because we’ve also been totally busy…and tired. But we wanted to let you know that the Tired Girl Collective is going to be at SDCC for the…(is this nine years? I think it might be…) NINTH year! (Or possibly the eighth or the tenth…somewhere in that general area).
We’ll have some new stuff and some old favorites and we can’t wait to show it all to you! Please come on by Small Press Table O-12 and say hi! That’s O, as in OMG! Look at all this cute stuff and 12 as in…12.
See you soon!
It’s hard to believe that SDCC 2010 is almost over. It’s been a blast so far. While we’ve sold out of a few items, The Tired Girl Collective still has lots of fun merchandise available. We hope to see all of you you we’ve missed while you do your Sunday shopping.
Thanks to Nerdlike for the shout-out!
The Tired Girls are going…strong?…well, we’re going for the duration! There are two full days of San Diego Comic-Con 2010 to go and we really think you need to stop by, say hi, and take a look at our cool mix of stuff. We’ve been so happy to see those of you who have stopped by. Old friends, return customers, family, new friends.
Digital Art by Ren
We’re in the Small Press Pavilion, table M3. We’re RIGHT under the Small Press sign hanging from the ceiling at the back of the exhibit hall, between aisles 1600 and 1700. Hope to see you soon!
The Tired Girls are gearing up for San Diego Comic-Con, which is coming up July 23-25th. We’ll be in the Small Press Pavilion at table M3. Please stop by, say hi, and check out our new and “classic” merchandise.
Come check out our fun handmade and self-published items. The majority of what we sell is less than $20 with many things under $10. Meanwhile, we’ll be busy prepping between power naps.
Through today only, you can save 15% on purchases at Lulu with the coupon code: SHADOW. It’s short notice, but now might be a good time to check out my books if you have a urge to read some silly poetry and photos inspired by adorable critters such as hamsters, guinea pigs, squirrels, and more. They also make great gifts and don’t forget that Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching.
Okay, truth be told, I know at least 2 out of the 3 Tired Girls* had their butts kicked by Comic-Con. Perhaps we are getting old. At some point I might do a proper update. For now, you get a lousy photo.
If you click on the photo, it will take you to flickr where I’ve put some notes to explain what’s what. Thank you to any of you who stopped by! It was especially fun to catch up with friends, some attending SDCC for the first time, and to see repeat customers. Thanks all!
*I need to check in with #3, as well as the boy, to see how they fared.