A Morning Walk to Clear My Head

A Morning Walk to Clear My Head

bostonharborcolors A cool wind blows in off the harbor with the smell of salt and the sounds of planes taking off from Logan.

We have a late start today on our Boston Team Lumia Experience and while I can only sleep in for so long, I wanted to get out and walk around the city a bit this morning to clear my head.

Yesterday, we spent the day with New England Brewery Tours sampling beer and having a good time. Last night found us at the Aziz Ansari show. He was ok, but the theater was sweltering and his entire act was about relationships so I was bored more than I was laughing. The opening act of Ron Funches was hysterical though. Need to find out more about him.

My walk gave me time to think about a lot of things going on in my life at the moment.

I'm working on a new book that I'm excited about, but there are still plenty of kinks to work out.

There are a couple of possible work opportunities that have arisen, but again there are many kinks to work out before any of them become a reality.

It is strange to be in my home city and yet not be home.

My daughter surprised me with a good night selfie last night that I'm still smiling about as I write this. That little moment actually made it feel like I'm further away than I really am. Strange conflict of emotions right there.

I could of kept walking. I think I'll do the same thing tomorrow in a new direction.

Quiet time with a notebook and a camera is what my soul needed.

The calm before the craziness of another day running around the city and ending at Fenway Park tonight for the Red Sox game.

Today is going to be a good day.

Disclosure - Microsoft/Nokia put together this influencer experience and I've been hired to play host and help the attendees learn how to use the camera on their Lumia Phones. All thoughts, words, and random bits of whatever are my own. 

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