I had nothing on first session, and since I didn't have any more of my sessions to run I didn't have to be there all the time (or at least, I didn't feel like I had to be there) so I slept in and didn't get to the con site until just before Session K finished.
I didn't have anything on during Session L either, but I used that time to sort out prizes and the admin side of things. Theoretically Stephen's game was meant to run in Session M (last session of the con) but by this stage we only had 6 players, and a couple of maybes, so it didn't happen.
Prize giving was quick and easy so then it was off to the after con venue - Cafe Crifi in the Richmond Gardens Shopping centre.
Good food, great people and really good drinks. I almost had one (a Toblerone!) but the only thing that stopped me was that I was going to be going home via the train again, so I didn't want to have anything to drink, just in case (yes, me being overly paranoid again.)
During the post-con get-together I decided that I need to run an Addams Family freeform (I've already worked out the premise), I joined Nestus and a few others with organising a Sluggy Freelance Freeform for next year, and worked out I will probably also be running Hand of Duty next year, a fantasy freeform, plus most likely a Pirates Toon Freeform to fit in with the theme (which may or may not include Ninja's).
After doing some asking around, I work out that the best way to get to the train station would be to take a taxi, so I call a taxi and wait for it to arrive. And wait, and wait, and wait, and wait...
After deciding that unless the train is running a bare minimum of 15 minutes late I have missed the last train, the taxi arrives, and I tell him that he's not needed anymore.
Thankfully Mik, being the kind and thoughtful person that he is, offered me a lift out to Cheltenham so I wouldn't have to worry about a huge taxi fare (either that, or he just wanted to make sure he got rid of me).