|Hanging out with these kidlets at the rock gym in p-town. I don’t know if I ever seen something so cute!|
- I am grateful for all the friends I made during the MBA program.
- I am grateful that I am done interviewing for jobs (at least for the time being) because that process was not my favorite thing ever.
- I am grateful that I can use what I learned interviewing to help my fellow MBAs with their interviews.
I just got an email tonight from my friend, Tim. This was my last little hurrah with some of my MBA friends before we all took off. I miss them a lot. And I miss the delicious tacos at Diego’s. Can’t wait for Christmas to get back to P-town for a little bit…and the next time I get to see my MBA friends. The ones that don’t live here, that is.
While on my girls’ trip right after graduation, I got a phone call from my program director just wanting to touch base about various positions available. (I’m going into a rotational program, so I will be in one position for a year, and then I’ll rotate to another one, and finally…hopefully…I’ll go international for six-months or so, and then land in a normal role.) Anyway, he asked me about my geographic preferences, and of course, being that I am all about the job right now, I told him I would go wherever. He then told me about a role in Vegas and one in Dallas.
Just some girls having a good time on a little post-grad road trip. We didn’t take enough pictures…because we were too busy having fun! First stop was Mesquite, NV (a poor man’s Vegas). We played bingo. We slept…which, if you’ve ever been through an MBA program you know, is a big deal. We lounged by the pool. Then it was on to Las Vegas. We enjoyed the luxury that was our suite at the Venetian. Relaxed in the beautiful Italian Garden hot tubs. Spent a little money at all of the fabulous outlets…including Coach (my new purse is classically beautiful and navy blue). And I finally got to see a Cirque de Soleil show; Mystere. It was a fantastic trip! Hopefully we’ll do it again soon!!!