I did luckily (?) manage to NOT blurt out "hey, are you <famous person>?" right before said person gave my table a once-over and was clearly Not Impressed, so it was merely irksome and not embarassing.
It's kind of ridiculous how excited I get when I sell a print. After so long, to have people who don't already know me acutally get my weird little space fantasies feels more significant than when people like the sparklies. And it was even one of the Alchemists's Orchards series, which is weirder than the rest of my space stuff.
I will be at the next two Oddmalls (February in Lynnwood and May in Tacoma) and am filling out my spring convention list (added mail-ins to Louisville and Chicago, debating about RadCon)
I haven't unpacked yet. I have researched display systems that will improve my ability to sell prints and cards, and am about to make my peace with the realization that gridwall is going to be part of my life again probably.
I am now comitted to listing things in my &^&*SDF&*^ Etsy becuase everyone asks if I have one, and clearly people take the biz card home and just "follow" the listed shops. I might even put stuff in there before last show for the year, though I said I wouldn't post until after, becuase holy cow I have a zillion 1 inch square pendants and it turns out lots of people don't like that shape. There is no way on earth I'm going to sell 30 at the school show. (If I sold 30 necklaces TOTAL there, I'll be astounded.) I'm not closing my artfire shop, though, becuase etsy is more expensive for sales.