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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

August 15, 2007

Who will you vote for? I took this quiz by and was surprised by which presidential candidates support a border fence and No Child Left Behind. If you are having a hard time deciding who to vote for, take a look at the quiz. My results were unexpected.

Friday, August 10, 2007

August 10, 2007

One of the perks of working for a cool company is that sometimes you get invited to cool parties. A new magazine launching in Nashville called Style 615 invited our company to their launch party. Several of the girls I work with decided to go because we thought it would be fun to hang out with the beautiful people of Nashville and get some free drinks and hor d'oeuvres. We had fun simply because we got to be members of Nashville's stylish few for a night. Did I mention open bar? I was more excited about the food, but apparently food isn't that stylish, because there wasn't much of it circulating.

We didn't see any celebrities that we recognized, which was a disappointment. But we did see a lot of skinny girls trying to look interested in their conversations while constantly perusing the crowd for someone better to talk to.

Some pictures:

My co-worker Whitney and I posing as though we are completely engaged in the conversation. It looks real, doesn't it?
Whitney pretending to be the focus on this picture when we fact we were trying to capture some of the "style" presented at the event.

These are some of the folks I work with. I had my eyes closed in this picture, but PhotoShop'ed them in from a different picture. Pretty good, huh?

Monday, August 06, 2007

August 6, 2007

I had an adventure in June that I never told everyone about. In celebration of 20 years in business, my boss at Lovell Communications took my entire office on a white water rafting trip down the Ocoee River in northern Georgia. It was great to get to know my coworkers better since I have only been working here for a couple of months. I attached some pictures of our adventures for your vicarious enjoyment.

That's me in the white helmet second from the left. I just climbed out of the raft and jumped off of the giant rock behind the raft. That was the coldest water I had ever felt.

I'm in the white helmet on the left side of the boat.

I can add more if there are requests. I encourage everyone to go rafting. It was much less scary than I thought it would be. It was a great experience.