This week is all about training. I learned two very important things: how much I know, and how much I need to learn 🙂
One of the things I love about traveling is experiencing new and interesting restaurants. Wednesday night we enjoyed Indian cuisine. The food at place we were taken to was amazing! We each ordered something, and then shared all around family style. I loved having the opportunity to sample from every dish.
They had a flat screen TV affixed to a wall that was playing Indian music videos. I was impressed with the imagery and choreography. The videos were well produced, featuring attractive, athletic performers.
There are dragons hanging on the towel rack, and towels hanging on the floor.
Just so long as our priorities are straight.
My goals this week were just slightly elevated.
- Find the entrance to the jogging loop and walk it at least once
- Chat with the kidlets while on the way home.
- Use the secret truck by-pass, see if it reduces the commute home
- Laugh, out loud. Maybe even giggle at my desk.
- Don’t do or say anything remotely stupid
A very successful week 🙂
The day dawned bright, the breeze kept everyone cool. The kids were proud when the walked to the podium to receive their diplomas. All in all, it was a perfect day to matriculate.
The last week of school – it’s all about fun! My youngest daughter’s last big assignment was to make a vocabulary hat.
Her word: Symbols.
We had a blast thinking about it, buying the hat to use for the foundation, and using the Cricut to cut out the symbols.
“Mommy,” she said. “My hat is epic!”
I don’t know why they were so surprised that I came back each and every day this week. But I’m glad that they want me there.
My goals were, again, nominal.
- Match the room noted on the meeting invite to the physical conference room.
- Find and use the stairs
- Make use of the Coffee Cafe
- Don’t do or say anything really stupid
Tough week. Well, three outta four isn’t too bad, huh?
My son has been practicing his routines for weeks. Finally, the day arrived: it’s show time!
The debut of Team Me Up was everything an actor could wish for; great lines, fantastic music, and an amazing director.
He’s quite the performer, is my son.