It went very well. 4-6 hours of sleep a night, up at 7 to get to the 8am game I was running each day, a $2 bottle of diet coke from the hotel vending machines to keep me going... The first mod went very, very well. The players there were quite good, and supportive of a first-time GM (well, first time at a Con, anyway). I was glad to find that I knew the module very well, just from having played it once and having skimmed it late in the week.
The 1pm module was my greatest fear, though - the module I hadn't yet had a chance to set eyes on. I skimmed it at lunch, and discovered that it would be challenging, but I was pretty sure I could pull it off. Then I got to the marshalling and found seven GMs assigned for three tables. So poor con planning saved my day - I got released, and I got to play one of Reyn's homemade games.
I played a fallen angel working with a group of various underworld figures (a succubus, a human, an imp, and some sort of hulking beast) to smuggle a lost soul out of slavery. A figure trying to maintain purity while surrounded by debauchery and various temptations, like imbibing "sorrow" extracted from lost souls in order to gain power.
It was a tough character to play in the active sense - often I would sit there close-lipped as things were going on, but the surroundings really felt unconducive to any active consternation. On the other hand, other party members did things that should have offended the partygoers we were surrounded with, and were largely ignored, so... perhaps I should have played the game a little more loosely.
Oh well. At least I got to make a little table tent with a halo over my character's name.
The other players at that table were fantastic.
All in all, I played in two mods, and ran two mods, and paid CostCo a visit on the way back home, getting home around 6. I bought smoothie fixin's, and made myself a trial smoothie. It came out with about twice as much smoothie as I expected; the frozen berries I got at CostCo are going to go a long, long way. Anyone have suggested smoothie recipes? (See upcoming post, I guess, since I expect most people interested in smoothie talk won't have gotten this far through the gaming talk :)
I took a nap in a Connecticut rest stop, about half an hour, on the way back. That felt really good. I left the car stereo on while I slept, and the driver's seat was quite restful.