Graham Colton performing live at the Blue door, really like the guys voice and style.
I started at Devon back in June 2012 but we only got to move into our new offices in August, two months later. I’ve finally got my office kinda the way I like it. I am on the 46th floor, looking over brick town. I can see my old office when I was running Outland Design in brick town a decade ago.
So this happened.
My sister had been wanting to get a tattoo for years. She decided that while I was visiting her for the weekend, we would get one together. Then it evolved into getting the same design. I was very hesitant but I told her a design I had been kicking around for years and she loved it.
Today was Family day at work, just before the official ceremony tomorrow of opening the building to the public. We got to tour around the building and I got to show Nate where I work and my office. We went up to look around the resturaunt at the top of the building as well, it’s called Vast.
It was a pretty great day.
Tracy was a reluctant model for the gorgeous sunset light out while taking photos.
Weekend getaway to Dallas, Texas for my birthday. Stayed at the W Hotel and enjoying the rooftop pool today. It was a bit of a rough week but things are looking better. 🙂
I’ve always been pretty bad at ending things, even when it’s clear it should have ended much sooner.
I always believe things can change, I always believe in holding on as hard as you can.
Sometimes it’s best to know when to hug and say goodbye.
Moved into my new office in the Devon Energy Center today. I brought in my dad’s old hardhat next to my new one.
He sweat a lot more in his. He was a field worker who later oversaw maintenance on large field generators for underground pipelines.
It’s not bad. I’d eventually like to get something better, but this will do great for right now. Close enough for Nate to come over and swim and I can start to get all my things out of storage and collect my possessions back into a living space again.
Zion National Park was a beautiful oasis in the middle of flat plains and nothingness. After driving for hundreds of miles with nothing worthwhile to look at, you find yourself suddenly confronted with rock formations out of nowhere that seem mountainous.