Two long 13+ hour days resulted in me arriving safely in Toronto at midnight last night.
I wasn’t in the best of shape. My eyes were no longer seeing straight, I had the chills, and was shivering uncontrollably. Baaaaad cold. Today I’m slightly better, but still far from healthy. I’ve taken all kinds of medication and don’t seem to be better off for it. At least I’m home.
I’m not really keen to do much today. Aside from sending some important emails, I’ve pretty much done nothing thus far. I don’t really want to be around people given my health situation, and I don’t really have the energy to start big projects.
Gotta do something though. I’m pretty damned bored. I’m writing from a place called The Beet, an organic coffee house on Dundas West in The Junction. From here I’ll wander a little further down the street to see what I can see.
Admittedly, this isn’t the best way to start the year in my new city. I’ll get back into the swing of things though. Even last time, I took a couple days to myself before diving into everything Toronto had to offer.
I’ve got a couple of important meetings to line up for Highwaymen. I have a video to finish for YBCS. I have some deliverables to deliver for CBC. That’s enough to keep me busy for a day or so. After that, it will be back to the mission. Meet as many people as I can, and see where that takes me.
There’s also the business of my birthday on Thursday. I’ll need to figure out what I’m doing for that. Hopefully my health will be back to normal as well.