Baymont Inn Jonesboro
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... and yellow crops. I think they might be sorghum but am not sure. They grow on tall stalks, with vertical, small clustered grains. In any case, it was lovely against the blue sky, with silver silos nested between. I should have stopped for photos, but my camera just would not have captured it.
I did stop briefly at Lake Poinsett State Park. The lake is a popular ...
... in Thailand, I made the 35 hour plane trip back to the States. The flying time is actually 25 hours, but I had two lay-overs. One in Tokyo, Japan and the other in Chicago.
During the trip back, I have time to reflect on some of the adventures of the past months.
I have met so many interesting and fun people from all over the world. I enjoyed hearing how citizens from different countries feel about their countries and find out what they ...
... It doesn't matter what part of the world you live in, people will come from all over. As I just mentioned we are all connected, which makes the corporate travel industry thrive. Whether by air, device or anything in between, we are somewhere between a few seconds and a few days from seeing anyone we want. However, as connected and global as we are, everywhere is different. All three places I visited were on the Asian Continent, ...
... easier than I thought (it must be driven by excitement). I have been moving out of my current apartment, all while packing for this trip. In between all this packing and moving, I have tried to spend as much time as possible with my friends, family, and loved ones.
I cannot wait for what this adventure has in store, and cannot wait to meet and work with the Supplier Relations Team.
This is all for now, but I will updates soon as I land!
... the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. Now, I am headed back to Paragould and Batesville in Arkansas to say goodbye to the family and complete packing and doing last minute things needed for my trip. I go to Paragould first. It's good to see Danny and Trinity (his poodle) again. The next few days Danny and I do a lot of running around together, mostly it's him taking me to run errands. Danny has ...