New York was as wonderful as I expected. There is an energy to the city that you don't feel anywhere else. I checked into my hotel, had a glass of wine, ate dinner and then walked to Times Square. It was alive and electric and beautiful.
I thought about exploring further but wasn't sure where to do and then realize that I haven't run in days and I really need to do that, so I came back to the hotel and once I'm finished with this post I'm crashing hard and getting up at 6 to run to Central Park. At least that's the plan.
Also, I left forgot Siri at home so, ARGH.
I was supposed to run a marathon in NYC once but I sprained my ankle playing rugby (all of this is true) and had to cancel so I've never run through Central Park. If I can get up and out by 6:30 tomorrow I should be able to do 5 miles before my meetings.
I will tell you all about it tomorrow.
P.S. In an attempt to bring some accountability to my ambition, I've started a photography group on Facebook. The basic idea is to remind ourselves to take pictures every day. I am 100% only using my iphone for this challenge so we're not talking about aperture and shutter speed, we're talking about remembering to see the world as art and snapping the photo when you see a special frame. Just to clear the cobwebs I've been using @fatmumslim's photo challenge for inspiration and invite you to join too and post your photos.