Greetings from Scotland
I am ready to come home. This has been a very busy and very productive trip. I'm not lying when I say that we have accomplished more (probably because we are working like 12 hour days) in the last 3 days than we could have done in a month working remotely. So it's hard to be too upset about coming over here.
It's a hard trip. The time change kills me. I don't sleep. I'm not hungry at the right times. I don't get to talk to the boys because when they are home in the morning I am in meetings and when they get home in the afternoons/evenings I am trying to sleep. It's hard to be away from home. It would be harder if I were worried about Bob holding down the fort. Between him and my parents, I wasn't worried at all. They probably didn't even notice I was gone.
I'll be happy to head back home tomorrow morning. There's no place like home!
Here are a couple of pictures I took while wandering around this week. We are staying in a very different part of Edinburgh than we stayed last time. Much more central and more interesting. We are able to walk to the office and dinner, etc. It's a very interesting city. There's so much culture and history here. It's just very different than Atlanta - than America.
Have a great week everyone!
Clock tower at night
Same clock tower during the day
I think that's a museum in the background of that cute sign