As I handed Misha my photo to get signed, he asked me when he would be seeing me again? I explained to Misha that this was my last con. When he asked why, I told him that I had quit my main job to help my dad take care of my mum, who has dementia. He said to me couldn’t imagine how difficult that would be. That taking care of someone like that took great courage. Then he said even though it may not be possible right now there may be a time in the future where things may change and to not to give up hope. He believed that he would see me again one day. Misha said I’d have a big load of karma coming back to me for being so caring. I replied to him, “She’s my mum and I love her and I would never have considered doing anything else.” Then he stood up and said, “Come here, I am going to give you a hug.” I leaned across the table and Misha gave me the biggest tightest hug that would almost compare with a Jared hug. My eyes welled up a bit, but I didn’t want to cry in front of him. He told me, “Be strong, be brave, and never lose faith that things will be better one day.” He finished with “I believe I’ll see you again,” as I walked away.