Thursday, May 8, 2008

Reporting from Chicago

It is my second day here in Chicago. I am here for the yearly managers' meeting. We are staying in one of the Westin Hotel's properties. It is a nice 16th story hotel with great staff, great location and beautiful rooms. Since I arrived here, I became pre-occupied with the different activities that we need to attend to.

Last night, it was the welcome party and the award ceremony follows. Again, Dallas/Fort Worth team is on the top of the list. Today, we watched a baseball game and we had a short treasure hunting game in downtown Chicago. It was fun but I am more excited with the trip that my wife and I will make. Thanks to our generous Owner/CEO!

Tomorrow afternoon, I will be heading home already and be with my wife. I can't wait!

2 comments:

Portia said...

Hi Bryan, enjoy your time and yes, your wife will be wanting you home.Remember: it's Mother's Day very soon!

texas_sweetie said...

wow sweet thoughts for your wife Bryan.She surely is lucky for having you.Keep the love alive dear!

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