Day 2462: Expanding the View

On my way to Edinburgh Airport to catch my fight back to Boston, I expanded my view to notice this:

After attending the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for seven years with my son (who is now a student at University of Edinburgh and a well-established local comedian), I would say that the Edinburgh Fringe is all about expanding the view.

This year, my view was expanded by doing my own Fringe Show — Group “Therapy” with Ann — and also attending The Mail Room, the Fringe show my son shared with one of our long-time favorite comedians, Tom Joyce. Tom expanded my already favorable view of him by showing up yesterday, unasked, to help me expand the audience for my two shows yesterday by passing out flyers outside the venue.

Which ones of the many other photos in this post are expanding the view?

Expanding your time spent with this post, I will tell you that ONE of those views is NOT from Edinburgh, but rather from back home in Boston. If you can guess which one, that will expand my view of you.

Soon I’ll be expanding my view on a plane flying over the Atlantic Ocean. As usual, my gratitude for all who help me create and who read my posts is expanding. Here’s today’s final view:

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27 thoughts on “Day 2462: Expanding the View

  1. This post has prompted me to expand my screen view with my fingers – I hadn’t known how to do that before

  2. Wish you a peaceful and relaxed travel home today, dear Ann 🙂

  3. What a generous thing for him to do. I love these signs and posters that you’ve put in my view

  4. So much talent, Ann!
    My choice for the Boston scene is the My Gallery photo.
    Welcome back to the U.S.

  5. congratulations to you and Aaron and safe journey home ❤️

  6. How did your extra two sessions go? Are you glad you did them?

    • They went very well and I am thrilled that I got to do three shows at the Fringe. See today’s post for more details. Thank you for your caring views, Maureen.

  7. It’s been said we should never stop learning, and your ever-expanding view is an opportunity to do just that.

  8. Eleanor

    Glad you had a good time.
    Glad you got to do a show.
    Glad you got to spend time with Aaron.
    Glad I got to go to Fringe Festival again this year via your wonderful posts.
    Eleanor

  9. the list of 100 things that annoy me sounds like it would be funny…

  10. Hmmm. By now, welcome home! Edinburgh is so beautiful. I hope you enjoyed it immensely!

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  12. Looks like you had a rollicking good time, Ann. Hope the outing left you with an expanded mind that lingers for months! 😜

  13. I think I can tell which photos are NOT from Boston, but not the one that is. 🙂 But I’m glad you’re home, and you’ve definitely expanded my view. Prior to learning of your involvement, I was completely unaware of Fringe, and I now find it utterly fascinating!

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