Lately my blog posts have been very criticism-heavy (read: full of complaints). While I like to think myself a very discerning person, I am very capable to use it toward calling out the good as well as the not-so-good. So let me take the time to ensure you, my faithful readers, that my life is not driven by misery and disgust.
Even though I am homesick, living in the Denver for the next umpteen months is kinda exciting! I’m renting a fully-furnished luxury suite at this really awesome hotel with great amenities—state-of-the-art gym, salt water pool, complimentary breakfast 7 days a week, happy hour M-Th, and I don’t even have to make my bed everyday. Um, awesome!
I’ve convinced people to come and visit me on some weekends I’m here, so I’ll be exploring Colorado’s beauty. I predict I’ll fall in love with this state if I haven’t already. This weekend’s agenda: John Butler Trio at the Red Rock Amphitheater, vin et hors d’oeurves on an historic train ride up the Colorado mountains, Denver zoo, Denver museum (I heard great things!) and the downtown botanical garden.
Upcoming trips within the next 2 months: New Jersey (and possibly NYC/Manhattan) and Tennessee! We’ll be conducting project management workshops to help get our customer’s health care IT projects underway and through to implementation. I am hoping that I’d be able to pay visits to their hospitals/clinics as well. Obviously, I am so excited since I’ve never been to either state. My super awesome manager and I have already spotted a few restaurants and local dishes we want to try. We are fatties like that.
Soo, all that to say: I hope you don’t think I’m a negative person. I deal with adversity quite well, actually. Even more, I hope you don’t pity me. That would be awful.
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