The days continue to pass here in England. I feel like I'm refining ... or perhaps, redefining, myself.
I have rewritten my CV. Mostly because it needed rewritten and after days of slaving, I am beginning to 'see' more of what I have achieved, and lived, and experienced. It almost broke my mind trying to pull it all out, and there is more, but this is okay for the moment. And I see that I've worked hard oftentimes but it has been fun too. Some great adventures with extraordinary souls.
And there I am, wanting to write somewhere on my CV, 'willing to learn'. I'm always willing to learn, to study, to grow.
That has to go out sooner, rather than later. I also spent time on LinkedIn, refining my profile there. It's still not done but I have given a better idea of some of the truly sublime assignments I've done on this journey, so far.
I found a Sports Bar for the Rugby World Cup game, between New Zealand and France, last night. It was stunning. I felt like I had the privilege of seeing a new rugby legend emerge. Julian Savea's performance won't be forgotten for a long time ...
There's a link to some video at the bottom of the article I linked to above, under the rave reviews that have gone down. 62-13!! The game was exquisite last night. It did my heart good after so long away from this scene.
Ravings aside ... Andy took me over to visit a local Antique store yesterday. What an amazing place. Multiple floors, at least 34 rooms ... more perhaps. Here's a small glimpse. It was divine.