Day 35 – January 13, 2011

This morning was an even earlier morning. I had to be ready to go at 6:30am!! My boss wanted to go down memory lane and go see where his wife and him, plus their first kid lived when he was stationed in Ft. Hood. First we went to Copperas Cove then Killeen. Once he was satisfied, we went for breakfast at Denny’s.

We got back to the hotel at 11:15am. We had to take photos of the groups and video tape the VPs for the final part of the video. We thought that would be it, however, the VP asked us to videotape the line dancing competition at Stubb’s. Off we went…

Walking to Stubb's.. he had the video camera and tripod. I just had my DSLR

Before we were due to video tape again, we got to have a fabulous dinner! Ribs, brisket, sides, dessert… everything was great (except for the peach cobbler). My boss decided he wasn’t going to get his clothes dirty..

gotta love the makeshift bib

There was a line dancing lesson


Then they were expected to follow along

Reps in action.. sorta

Then there was a competition! After Stubb’s, there was a bar crawl… the reps were apprehensive about being video taped at the bars, so instead of being asked a bunch of times if we were videotaping, we decided to drop off the equipment then go to the bars. We got to the second one where me, the VP, and ML (training coordinator from Canada) danced and danced, until we were made to leave for the next bar. The one we liked best was Maggie Mae’s… EE & her C met us up there. Got back to my room close to 3am and boy were my feet killing me!! It was a lot of fun though!

Tomorrow, I get to sleep in!!



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