“The shortest distance between two points is a straight line.” —Archimedes
Today we know that the shortest distance between two points [on a flat surface] is a straight line [on spheres and other shapes, it may not be].
At least three times a week we find ourselves crossing from Point A on the south side of the Baybrook Court Footbridge, to Point B on the north side. Designed to encourage foot and bicycle traffic, it cuts more than two miles from a commute when compared to using the Broadway Avenue Bridge.
I’m currently in the hustle and bustle, behind the scenes, laser-focus stage of Point A: pre-publication of my book.
Located somewhere on the bridge, I’m swiftly heading toward heel-clicking, cork-popping, fist-pumping, Point B: book launch. Title and cover reveal coming soon…
What’s your current Point A and Point B?