Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Let me tell you about my best friend...

This Valentine's Day I experienced quite the array of emotions. I finally had the love of my life, however, he was in Idaho and I was across the country ( approximately a distance of 2281.41 miles) in NYC. The good thing about this was, Sean found a way to make this one of the most wonderful Valentine's Days EVER for me!

On Wednesday, he sent me a teddy bear, chocolates, and a card that said "It's a wonderful feeling to be in love with my best friend." When I opened it, it was his voice telling me he loved me (amongst other things) as well as Tim McGraws "My Best Friend"....

If that wasn't enough, on Thursday, Renee at the front desk told me I had a delivery. I go to the front, and it was a dozen red roses! Sean send me red roses for Valentine's day. They came in a box, packaged so it didn't damage the flowers, and had a vase as well. I took them out and had the biggest smile on my face. He said he wanted me to have them at work so i can have something nice to look at... and of course I'll be thinking of him the whole time!

I love that he did that for me. I'm so happy he's the love of my life, and my best friend that I can tell ANYTHING to. He's perfect, and perfect for me. I love Sean O'Connor.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The people I work with, and the work I do...

My job here is going great. Although I don't do much, I have the opportunity to see and observe, and "take a bite out of" what exactly it is our company promotes...

(left to right)bottom: Me, Noah Riley, Allison Riley
top : Todd Christofferson, Dave Schefcik
David Olsen, our office manager, was taking the picture.
Too bad Neal had to fly to San Francisco last night. He really missed out!

One of our clients is ColdStone Creamery and they launched their new cupcake today. (Dave went out and bought some for the whole gang. Thanks Dave.) It was quite delicious.

The layout: Hard, crunchy chocolate cup, filled with cake, a layer of chocolate syrup, a scoop of ice cream, and topped off with whipped frosting. A little chocolate swirl to accent the look.

The group I work with is just amazing. They are each so talented and motivated with their work. I love these guys.

One last picture:

Peanut butter and jelly is a common occurrence for me here in the city. It's cheap and portable. One day we all just so happened to bring peanut butter and jelly to work for lunch...ALL OF US! It was quite the day so we decided to document it. Neal, not pictured, was the one taking the photo. Thanks Neal.