As some of you know, I’ve spent the last couple of weeks in the US and in Canada and I believe it was a quite unique trip, with lots to learn, with amazing people being brought my way, with a lot of sightseeing and photographing. But as much as I loved it, I am so glad to be home!
Funny thing, I felt extremely disconnected. I felt far from my family and friends (offline and online). Yes, although some of my online friends are thousands of miles away, when I am at home with my laptop, blog and social news and bookmarking sites available all the time, I feel connected with everyone. Once you take my means of communications away, or give me 30 minutes away, I feel lost, far and unable to do what I love!
My blog has been a bit abandoned these past couple of weeks. It was not intended. I really thought I’d have the time to post and share all my experiences with you. Well, next time I’ll make sure to take into account how much the jet lag really affects me, how tight a conference or event schedule is, how much there is for me to see and how many new people take all my attention away.
I’ll make sure to tell you all about Chicago, New York, Washington and Toronto this week. What I’ve seen, what I’ve learned, what I plan to do next. For now, I wanted to tell you all I’ve missed you and that sorting my messages, reading your posts and your tweets is really, really great!
Keep in touch!