I'm so exhausted. It's Friday night, and I'm so happy to be in my sweats, catching up on my shows and blogging! I just got back from my recruiting trip to Purdue University last night. I had a great time and met some awesome students. What a great school!
A lot happened in four days, but I will spare you the details and give you a short recap.
1). I love traveling. I don't even mind long layovers (I had a 4 hour one in Philly). It gives me a chance to READ!!! I even got to finish Eclipse and of course LOVED it. (PS, I really hope Bella and Edward end up together...)
2). Got to catch up on some zzz's on the plane.
3). Bonded with my fellow recruiter. She's leaving for Hawaii next week and so we went on a venture to find a tanning salon. We found one (that was shared with a laundromat...SKETCHY). And then we settled for another one that was shared with a UHAUL and daycare. Even sketchier than the first. A woman came out from the back, and I swear I caught a glimpse of an axe behind her back.
4). I was STARVING on my flight home and asked the flight attendant if they had some food I could buy. He muffled a firm "no" and I nearly cried. 5 minutes later, he returned with some Sunchips and a granola bar that he had "stolen" from first class. So sweet! :)
1). One of the worst snowstorms in West Lafayette's history...Oh, and I forgot my Uggs. Therefore, my feet were permanently frost bitten the entire trip.
2). I only brought heels (refer to #1). Thus, when I had to SPRINT across 3 terminals to catch my connecting flight, I not only looked like an idiot in heels, but I tripped and fell about 16 times.
3). I caved in and ate the greasiest, chocolat-iest, and most delicious food, thus ruining my health kick. Hey, I had to take advantage of meals on the company's expense...right?
4). I had absolutely NO suits clean. So, I had to wear my ugliest, navy pinstripe suit. Seriously, I looked like a mix between a mobster and a gangstah.
Side note: Exciting end to a week...
Two things happened to me after work today.
1). I ran 3 miles for the first time in my ENTIRE life. Seriously, this is a huge deal for me.
2). Remember that presentation I had to give last week (the one where I almost threw up on some of our executives?) Well, they liked it so much, that they are having us present it to our Executive Vice President and our CEO! I can't believe it. I thought I was nervous last week. Boy oh boy. This is even MORE vomit inducing. Sheesh.