many been asking how my experience was at TankFest so I decided to highlight the start of my Monday's live-stream when I talked about it with some of you:
Was there as a guest from The Tank Museum and Wargaming for 3 days.
Have to say that was very nice to meet so many of you (so many little kids approached me, it seriously melted my heart), being able to put faces to nicknames and thank you for all the booze, sweets, books, pins and figures you gifted, they all will be treasured, well... except for the booze, most of it is gone already. :)
Felt like a child in a candy store around so many tanks that I had been dreaming about seeing for such a long time, Tortoise in particular is such a exquisite tank (wider than I imagined), the KV-1 and M3 Grant also caught my eyes, it was hard to contain my excitement.
The cherry on top of the cake was meeting Yuri Pasholok, wasn't expecting seeing him whatsoever and only recognized by his very distinctive eye features when we, by the odds, crossed paths. He is a really nice lad who was kind enough to give me his book with a sweet signed message inside. We did took a photo together but I'm a little bit ashamed to show it, fangirled so hard to the moment that I look like Kryten from "Red Dwarf" when he tries to say smeghead! *giggles*