All I did was open my email and then shut off the computer. Heck I couldn’t even stay awake long enough to watch the Red Sox game, which I really wanted to watch.
I am finally getting back to finishing this post a couple of days later. It seems as though I have just been on screech, since last Tuesday and it is going to be more of the same for a while!!!
To be honest I felt more tired Saturday night, than when I ran 14 miles in Central Park on Friday night, after flying down from Maine. It has been a long since I have had to be “on” like this and it was tiring.
I know – I must be getting old! Those days of being able to work all day, party until 4:00 A.M., hit the sack for a couple of hours and go to work at 7:00A.M. are over.
Oh well, I left life in the fast lane a long time ago .
What a whirlwind day!
All I can say is that last Saturday was an absolute whirlwind day. I was in New York City working on project that I can’t really talk about just yet, but I believe it will be pretty amazing and begins on September 17th. I know that I am very excited about it and I see so many great things that can come out of it.
The biggest thing I did that day, was meet some really fantastic people, who are really invested in seeing this project being very successful and they worked hard to make a country boy from Maine, feel as comfortable as possible in New York City.
I just am not crazy about big cities with lots of people around and all the traffic, but you know something, I had a great time while I was there. However, I definitely suffered from sticker shock!!! Everything was so damn expensive down there.
I also got to meet all the other people on the team, that I will be working with and was very impressed with them and the strengths they bring to the table. I foresee a lot of good, no great things coming from this team.
I also did things that I have never done before and were way outside of my comfort zone (but in a great way).
One of the things was to be filmed professionally. I am very proud to say that I didn’t step all over my tongue or freeze up when the bright lights were on me. I am not all that comfortable with being in front of a camera, especially when there are others around “watching” to see how well I would do.
So this was WAY out of my comfort zone, but you know something it wasn’t that bad, once I got by the initial “shock” of what I was doing.
The best part – The camera didn’t break when they turned it on me and no I didn’t break a leg either.
The reality is that
I had fun in New York City, learned a lot and met so many GREAT people this weekend. I came away with a smile on my face and a sense of confidence about this upcoming project and myself as a blogger, that wasn’t there before.
Stay tuned for September 17th, when I can tell you more about this project and what it means to me .