Saturday was Dragonmeet up in London. As with last year, we treated it very much as a relaxacon - turn up about lunchtime, buy stuff, chat to people (hello there, karohemd) and sit around playing board/card games. (Randomly running into people I know from one interest in the realm of another is always fun, if weird, too.) Not running anything, not signing up to play in anything, far less pressure (including time pressure) than GenCon.
Today has vanished into a morass of unpacking (yes, still) and trying to make room for (a) my sister to borrow the spare room on Wednesday and (b) a new dining table to be delivered, same day. I think we're mostly there with both. And there was Real Food in the evening, too, though I must try to find a better recipe for Rösti; the one I have didn't really work quite the way I'd hoped.
More or less finished my essay for Spanish class tomorrow. Just as well, as trying to write that in the half-hour or so I usually wind up with for homework on Mondays would have been tricky.