Saturday, May 21, 2016

I could've volunteered to be on-site production aid for the TAA showcase...

...but something else came up.


I hadn't been inside the gates at the property since November, but the Production Manager had his parents in town and called in a birthday favor. Hoo doggies, had the building changed from that steel shell that I wasn't even allowed to approach.




I've had such mixed emotions about this building. We've been hearing about this building for the entire time I've been at ADP, but it's only been in the most recent (in a decade of waiting) that there's been real progress. Ten years is a long time to devote to anything, let alone a holding pattern. Now that it's almost here, I've spent a lot of time in thought (and prayer) about whether I'm supposed to be in that building. Today didn't completely change that, but I did think many, many thoughts about "my booth" ... so, we'll see.


3 comments:

will said...

They gave you the pink hard hat? That's sexist.

Marcia Smith said...

Guess you won't have to climb a ladder to get to "your" booth, huh?
Hannah's Mom

Mark Lewis said...

I can see about a plaque on the booth with your name on it. It would probably be temporary and out of sight of actual donors, but we'd all know it's there. Glad you could come along for the tour, and all you said in this post is the reason I wanted you to come on the tour.