Day 198…

10.2.12

Slept soso (as has been the case for a while now) last night and am up and heading to the office.  I feel as if there is lots to do and I want to be as productive as I can as I can already feel the week beginning to move quickly and I’m anxious to finalize the presentations for the Thursday meetings in Boston…

Making more revisions to the decks while working through a handful of meetings.  It’s busy busy here, but as I always say – better to be busy than not…we ordered sandwiches today for lunch and I realized that as much as I’ve missed them, I feel as if I haven’t really been eating them with the frequency that I thought I would.  Either way, I’m excited for one today…yep, it was awesome.  I need to make a more concerted effort to eat them more often…

More meetings and more changes to the decks…we are also in the midst of making revisions to creative for another client so lots going on…going to push on through the rest of the day and get things in a good place…

I’m also trying to organize a meeting place for the Light the Night walk tomorrow that my family and some friends are participating in.  For some reason, finding a good meet up spot is more complicated than it needs to be, but I think I’ve found a reasonably easy one for everyone to find each other…

Wrapping up the day and heading home…it’s raining which only means one thing – my pup will be wet when I get home, but she loves the rain, so I can’t really complain…

Home, having dinner and hanging with Riley…watching the Yanks and getting tired…great win…

Bed time…night all…

One thought on “Day 198…

  1. Josh: Your dad called me last month to tell me about your victory over cancer. i was delighted and over joyed. what a burden to have lifted off of your shoulders.

    i drop in on your blog every now and then . I have been impressed by your no quit attitude and your determination to challenge your body and to beat this thing. Your blog is an inspiring story . It should be a must read for anyone who has been diagnosed with this terrible disease and anyone who is facing adversity.

    GO YANKS!

    Jim Murphy