Well, after a very easy, smoothe, and quick flight, I find myself home. We descended into clouds and into a cold rainy Nashville. I am some what unpacked, a load of laundry in, and have been well fed tonight by the spouse.
Maisy met me at the airport along with George.
We were very busy day and evening with our general sessions and then dinners after the sessions, with the crew. Then time with George checking in each night.
Then I would check our groups Instant Message feed for what the latest details were. It was hard to get all of us in one place w/o reservations, so we ended up splitting up into groups and everyone kept up my IM. It was a very active feed.
But now to switch gears. It seems like tomorrow should be Saturday. lol So I'm so off on the schedule but it's all good. I'm pretty rested. And I did have some restful time at the beginning of the week with some sleep in mornings. And it was a lovely and fun time with our crew. Lots of good information.
Glad to be home. It's been a good vacay and a great seminar and I have a lot of good ideas that I am very excited about.
I had to change the blog decor. Coming back from Phoenix and to my dull snowy blog - was depressing. So I had to step it up a bit. George laughed b/c he said the decor is not "Southern". Well, who cares. This Southern girl has some fried up L'Attitude changes every now and then - which is what this is all about - my lattitude changes and my attitudes in between.
This Southern Fried chic enjoyed her week and made a lot of friends. I'll be posting more tomorrow or Wednesday, if the time allows.
I do have to spend some time this week setting some goals.
I'll get her done. When the goals are in writing, we have so much better chance of reaching them.
So ON TO it we go!
And tomorrow back to the world of HR and the land of acquisitions and transitions. My side gig may be taking a back seat in the a.m daylight hours, but it has no monetary ceilings like the day job does. And that is pretty exciting to build something that will pay you while you sleep?
Nite Nite. Glad to be home!