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Dallas Day 3

This morning I just couldn't force myself into the hotel gym. I plan on getting there tomorrow morning though. I'll just do 15 minutes on the dreadmill and 15 on the elliptical to split up the torture. I plan on doing biceps and abs as well.

There's really not much exciting to talk about in terms of the class. It was what it was. Don't get me wrong, it's definitely useful information. But, I doubt it'll be that exciting to most readers. The course we're taking is user-centered analysis. So, unless you're in the web or software world, it probably sounds even worse LOL. I will say that it is fun to get to know your coworkers in a different setting though, if you don't already hang out with them I should say. I am very lucky to work with some fun people now.


Do you hang out with your coworkers outside of work ever?

After class, we did make it to Sam Moon (where I found a bad ass bracelet). One coworker's wife sent him on a mission to find her a red necklace (for Arkansas games). The other was along for the ride so to speak. We also stopped into their home decor store. I found a gift for a friend, one coworker found something for his wife, but the surprise of the afternoon was another coworker buying home decor items - and they were really great too (and I'm talking about a male). Apparently he does most of the home decor. See, you learn something new every day ;-)

The coworker who bought the home decor opted to eat in his room, while my other coworker and I headed to The Galleria Mall. I ended up not eating there, he ate at Genghis Grill. I stopped into two stores, but found nothing different than I would at home (Jason, you should be proud). I ended up eating one of my Amy's frozen entrees - Tofu Vegetable Lasagna. I think I prefer the Roasted Vegetable Lasagna that I had on Sunday actually.

I feel like this has to be the most boring post ever. Please stick with me - I'll be back to regularly scheduled programming on Thursday!

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