I haven't posted a blog in a couple weeks because my laptop charger broke and I hate posting blogs on my phone. But now I'm bored in the London Airport, and I feel like posting so here I am writing and posting a blog post entirely on my phone (forgive any grammatical errors).
I'm not really sweating leaving Europe. Not because I didn't like it or anything because I loved everything about it but because I know I'll be back. For some reason a lot of people have this mentality where a place like Europe is on another planet or something. I used to think like that but this experience changed that. These memories and experiences that I've had are unique to this specific time in Europe and I do feel like I'll think about them often but I wont long to have these times back because I have so much I'm looking forward to doing in the future.
When I get home I have work to do. One of my best friends, Will McNamara, got this incredible opportunity in Denver and I'm more proud of him then he'll ever know but more than anything I'm inspired. I have ideas that need to be implemented and places I need to be. ASAP.
One of my biggest issues with myself is that I sometimes feel like I haven't done enough. It's a curse I swear. Its the downside to being "ambitious" (I put that in quotes because social media has made me hate the term).
Anyway, London is/was incredible. It has become one of the many cities I'll be able to call home. I met some really cool people and experienced things I never thought I would. Even better, two of my brothers got to come and experience it with me (that was by far the best part of the whole trip).
Right now, I just want to be home. I know I'm going to see a lot of people I missed over the next week and I'm really excited for that.
I'm going to go print my boarding pass. I'll be home soon.
Peace & Love,