Friday was promotion day at my office and it is a Company tradition on promotion announcement day, those people being promoted bring in treats. In the afternoon after the promotion list is sent out people walk around all the buildings and congratulate the prompted individuals and enjoy the treats they brought in. The Company just went through a reorganization and promotions had been on hold for a while, which made this one special, well that and the fact that I brought in treats. Yup, I got promoted. Go me!
I had a hectic week, so I had to stop for treats at the last minute. I went to the supermarket on Friday morning (6:30 a.m.) with mini me before dropping her at daycare and because I am always hungry in the morning, I may have gone overboard; there were mini cupcakes, a danish ring, donuts, cookies, fruit, and some cheese and crackers. Hmm, yea thinking back it was a bit much.
|Some of my promotion gifts. (All the treats are hiding behind them.)|
|Post hair and make up|
We didn't get out of there until almost 9 p.m. and the kids still had to eat. Instead of going to AppleBee's and making it an all night affair, we went to the newly opened Five Guys Burgers. It was my first time there. The place was clean and the menu was simple, but a bit pricey in my opinion. I opted for a "little burger" which apparently meets just one burger instead of two patties. It was good, but the fries were the star of the meal. So good! One question though, what is with all the peanuts? They just make a mess everywhere. Thanks Five Guys for the peanut shells all over my car.
|Looks a bit like an old 50's diner.|
|Of course hubby got the double burger with bacon|
|My wrap in her mouth :)|
|Clean dog = Happy Me|
|Teen bridal party lol|
Then, on the way back I rode right into the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk. Oops. It was a bit awkward trying to get through the crowd, but I tried to be respectful as possible because I do understand the meaning behind the cause. I ran my first marathon with Team in Training.
|Light the Night registration area|
|These posters were every few feet. It was definitely emotional riding by them.|
|"You look good wearing my future" <3|