Here's a video of some of his first moves...
Here is a close up of the two teeth breaking through. Kinda hard to see.
Last week was a really busy one for me as I was out of the office attending the annual conference for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), of which I am a member. It was a great conference, very positive and I really learned a lot. It was nice to be in a learning environment again. My boss also treated us to some great meals (I am still full!)
Here are some photos from the week.
View from the lounge at the Signature room, about 96 floors above Chicago.
The Heavens treated us to a beautiful rainbow. A few minutes later there were two rainbows, side-by-side. So cool.
There were spiders on the outside of the windows.
Yours truly with boss, Leslie. Can you see that I cut about 4 inches off my hair last week!
Braised Helix Snails in buttery herb sauce with black rice. There were a few garlic chips on top, yum!
Grilled Prosciutto and Buffalo Mozzarella. What can I say? Bacon and cheese, two of my favorite things.
Pan seared salmon with bok choy chai and fingerling potatoes. The sake brown butter sauce on this was out of this world good.
Small (!) New York strip with sauteed garlic spinach and mushrooms. The steak was like butter, seriously tender and buttery.
Gibson's desserts are insanely big. This is a typical size serving of Haagen Das ice cream with macadamia nuts and chocolate fudge sauce. The steak knife takes the idea of "death by chocolate" to a whole new level. We ate every last bit of this, it took 7 of us!
On Friday, I attended a seminar by Edward Tufte a master of visual quantitative design. It was so hip and cool and I am really glad that I went. This graphic depicting Napoleon's March is genius. And if you can find the graph of the development of rock/pop music, it is a fun one to checkout too.
I was wiped out Friday night.
Now you may return to reading the last entry of Father's Day Weekend (below). Joe did a great job didn't he!?