A long day. That’s really the only way to describe today. A long day of brainstorming exercises with the occasional longing glance out the window at the gorgeous Chicago shoreline.
But there’s really no way I can complain. Not when I’m part of an effort that is truly grounded in both good intentions and a real desire to make the world better. It’s not every day you can say that.
I truly think that intelligent conversation with smart people who check their pride and ego at the door is one of the best parts of being human. Anyone disagree?
2 thoughts on “Chicago, Day 1”
I have to agree with you and add only one thing: When groups like this get together, the laughter flows like milk and honey from the promised land, yes?
It does! I don't think you can have smart talk without laughter, because let's face it, the world is pretty funny.