It was a lush green open road in Eastern Canada, with the mountains on my left and the sparkling blue ocean on my right. My wife, Teri, had lived a good portion of her career on the east coast of Canada, so when we discussed where we might go on vacation this particular summer, we chose Nova Scotia so that we could finally see Peggy’s Cove.
So finally, we were here, and Teri was driving. And as much as the view was breathtaking, what was I doing? I was sitting in the passenger seat with my head down, my nose in my iPhone as I attempted to return the gazillion emails that had been pouring in as usual while I was on my vacation.
Vacation? Yeah right! I don’t think I knew what a vacation was. My wife Teri had to plead with me to get me to look out of the window!
A year before we took this east coast trip, we had enjoyed a vacation at a beautiful five-star resort in Kona, Hawaii. Prior to that trip, Teri asked me, “Honey, are you planning to take your laptop and ...