…again today – I volunteered to be Hewitt/Atlanta’s liaison with Georgia Tech campus recruiting for two reasons: first because it gives us access to wonderful candidates and second because (duh!) it gives me access to Katie. Although I didn’t get to see her when I was there this morning, I always feel a special something when I’m on campus, or even when I drive by her dorm! Today’s meeting was with Career Services – so really getting ourselves linked in with the graduating students. And it was positive. I have a few to-do’s, but it looks like Hewitt will be back on campus this fall – thank goodness!
I spent the rest of the day out and about as well – to our Riverwood office for an interview, then to Norcross for a site visit with H.E.R.O. for Children, another fantastic-get-yourself-fired-up organization that the HA Foundation supports (as does Katie – check this out). Picked up Sara and then home for a final conference call – co-ordinating more foundation stuff – this time raffle ticket sales 🙂
Yesterday was fun-filled, too – especially lunch. I decided on this. And Sara gave it a great review. It was easy to make. I only used one pound of shrimp (bought a one-pound bag of pre-cooked, peeled, frozen shrimp and thawed it while I made the mint dressing). Worked like a charm. I kept the other ingredients the same. So – Ellie’s version:
it wasn’t cheating to add the beautiful dogwood plates to show off the salad colors, or the beautiful baby greens, or the half-tomato rose, was it?!