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Florida Work Trip

I found out on Wednesday, January 4th that I would be attending a workshop in Melbourne, Florida with 5 others from the Eagle. We are getting a new advertising system, and this was the set-up workshop and training on how to build the system to work for us.

Our flight left at 6am on Monday, January 16th, and we went straight into the workshop after checking into our hotel - Crowne Plaza.

It was a very INTENSE two weeks of work, and there is much more to be done.

Corby flew down late Thursday afternoon - the workshop stopped at 2pm on Friday so the folks who were flying home for the weekend could leave. Three of us stayed, and three in our group flew home. I had opted to stay because it didn't make sense to fly home for 36 hours and then get back on a plane to Florida. We enjoyed a lot of rest and relaxation, and went to Cocoa Beach on Saturday afternoon.



The weather was beautiful the entire time, and I started my day watching the sun rise over the ocean.

We saw dolphin fins several times, and one jumped out of the water the first week we were there.

We worked late every day, so we didn't get to do a lot of sightseeing. We were all pretty tired after the long days!

Cheryl, Molly and I got a chance to know each other even better than we already did!

The next 5 months are going to be insanely busy. There is a lot of work to be done, and I have to keep up with my regular job. But the pot at the end of the rainbow is a new advertising system, one we've needed for a long time!

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