Let’s raise a glass to the bitter end
Farewell to old friends
Will you be the same when we see you again
-Dixie Chicks, Bitter End
I had last Friday off so Sissy and I spent some time together. We went to eat at Cheddar’s before heading to Walmart to buy some things.
Then we came home and she wanted a new profile picture for her Facebook so we took a bunch. I’m well aware our family lives in like the freaking jungle. So many plants that you can’t even see in our backyard.
Then I went out to celebrate Nicole getting her first job ever!! A teaching job right here in Katy! So proud of her. Nicole, Michelle, Rachael, and I met at Otis (?) first because Rachael was hungry. Then Nicole, Michelle, and I headed to Baker’s Street.
We talked about a lot of things which will leave me scarred for a little while. I can’t share the details because they’re all personal but … let’s just say I’m educated. If you can guess what we talked about I’ll give you a cookie.
Today was my farewell party. One summer has passed and it was time to move on to my last year of college.
My team here do it B-I-G. An invite to everyone on the team or anyone I might know to come to my party. Cake, gift giving, and speeches.
They made me take home the remainder of the chocolate and vanilla marble cake. The flowers look blue but it was actually purple. Preeety! There were two more flowers at the bottom but two of the
men boys swiped them because they love frosting. Weirdos. It’s kinda cute.
Cute little gift bag. $25 gift card and Twix bar. Cute little card. Signatures. I felt very loved. So dang shy and kept saying “Thank you.”
I am very blessed to have worked with them for 5 summers and one winter. It has been a great experience.
Then I ran home and had my phone conference with FTK. I am so excited for this year. It is going to be A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
To give thanks to the co-workers, I went to H-E-B to buy some ingredients. I just finished making two desserts to bring tomorrow. I’ll share with you the recipes soon!
Going off to blog read and Prison Break.
One day of work left then my one week of summer starts.