BEST WESTERN Acworth Inn
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... much awaited meeting with Lori and Deona. When I saw Lori, I gave her a hug. This was the first time we were meeting and in a professional world it doesn't make much sense. But I was just so happy to meet her in person and so was she! Once Deona walked in, it was like a party! They took us through what the GPMO team does and more specifically, what Deona's team (my future team!) does. The entire time they were making jokes and teasing each ...
... which were so true. For all those out there who would like to know what they are good at and what they are not – take the DISC assessment test!
We went for lunch with some of the old MAPs, Lindsey and Hunter, and we had good laughs sharing our funny stories while travelling the world.
Second day was much more intense. We met Christian Dahl, SVP Global HR, he was on fire as soon as he entered the room. He brought so much excitement ...
... familiarity, family, and nice showers to one which is sure to be of vast difference, has fully allowed me to embrace the 'now'. Savoring every second of every face, voice, and pair of eyes. Truly focusing in on the uniqueness of a best friends laugh or a loved one's unspoken language. This is the 'now'. What a blessing it has been to experience this among so many of my closest and warmest friends in the most recent month, week, day, and hour. Truly a blessing. I know ...
Kaleb and Jodi were out once we got into the hotel room. For myself, I slept awful. Looking forward to our 7 1/2 hour trip to Kissimmee. We started our day with a great breakfast from Holiday Inn Express's breakfast bar. We pulled out at 8:45 am onto a two lane avenue. First problem occurred within seconds as a car was heading towards us down the wrong lane. It was close but we managed to not get into an accident. We had traveled already ...
... wife, Ruby. The waterfall quickly became a local attraction and Lookout Cave eventually closed as it was no longer a popular tourist attraction. And so Ruby Falls became the popular place it is today. The tour was really interesting, although the wait to allow other groups to pass, and for the one and only elevator, was a little tedious. We started 260 feet underground and the waterfall was located at 1100 feet; although we walked on a ...