You might have noticed I’ve slowed down on blogging recently.
On March 4, I left for a visit to Omaha, Nebraska for a meeting with a company called Hayneedle. This was the first in what could be called a mega travel month.
The following day I left for Los Angeles to do a photo shoot for four days, and then China for a week before I made my way to Tijuana, Mexico for a couple of days, then to Seattle for a couple of days, Chicago for a day, Salt Lake City for three days, High Point, North Carolina for five days, Boston for a day and Philadelphia for two days. Needless to say, my suitcase got a workout.
While in China, blogging and Facebook are not available, so I kind of get out of the habit. By the time I was in Mexico, I was getting a little tired. The time changes and sleep patterns change so much, it’s hard to figure out when to have my eyes open and when to have them closed.
By the time I got to Seattle, I was on autopilot. That’s not a time for real creative or constructive thought. My brain mostly thinks about how to get the easiest meal and find the most comfortable pillow, and to seem somewhat competent in my job.
And so it went, city after city. But, now the crazy travel is over.
So, if you’ve noticed I haven’t visited your blog, I apologize. I will return, and maybe you’ll be sorry about that. I will try to sharpen my skills and challenge the thinking that I find so interesting out there in cyber world.