Greetings to everyone out there in our furry family! We’re back again to wish everyone a happy holiday, no matter what you celebrate.
We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season and new year, and most importantly, we hope everyone stays warm! That said, we’ve got a few things we wanted to remind everyone of before we welcome in 2023.
Firstly, we’d like to take a moment and say that we’ve been following everything going on with Twitter and we’ve been taking steps to make sure we can expand our social media presence as much as possible. To that end, we recently released our very own official Discord server. We had been getting quite a few requests for it, and figured it was finally time to dig our heels in and launch it.
On top of that, we’ve joined together with quite a few other furry conventions to create a Mastodon server specifically for furry conventions. You’ll find us on there along with about 25 or so other conventions, and we’re only continuing to grow. If you’ve already made a move over to Mastodon, please consider giving us a follow on there @TexasFurryFiesta. You can find the above mentioned social media links as well as our other channels at this link.
Finally, we’d like to give a very special shout out to our final guest of honor for Texas Furry Fiesta 2023: Aurora Bloom! Aurora is a young full-time artist that specializes in creating incredibly adorable fursuits. Starting in late 2018 while on active duty in the United States Navy, she has put her heart and soul into her craft, having turned it into her full-time profession. But wait, if you thought that was it, you’re sorely mistaken! On top of fursuits, Aurora boasts an impressive digital art and merchandise design portfolio, and is always on the lookout to hone in on new skills. If you’re as excited to see this amazing artist as we are, make sure to keep an eye out on social media to find out more!
That’s it for our last blog post of the year. We’re incredibly excited that the convention is only a few months away and we hope everyone else is as well! Stay safe and warm this holiday season, and we’ll see y’all in the new year.