Last Saturday… I did nothing. It was honestly just a sit on the couch, watch Netflix and cuddle with my teddy bear kind of Saturday.. which, is why the SAS post was lacking. My apologies.
THIS SAS post, however was very SASsy and I think you’ll enjoy it. 😉
To start off my Saturday, my L.E.A.Ders graduated from the L.E.A.D program. On one of my last SAS posts I told you guys about our Fall retreat and how excited I was that it went well.
Well, now the program is officially over and we had an awesome banquet to showcase such awesome people.
This is an artsy photo of my coffee mug, lipprint included.
This is an omelet from the omelet bar at the event. And potatoes. I… I can’t even.
This is my happy cheery face. Yay.
Here is the Banquet set up-
Awards displayed… alphabetically.. 😉
Omelet bar set up.. Chef included, but not pictured. He was the bomb.com
Photos of the L.E.A.Ders and their awards!
Next up, I filled in for my roommate’s coworker in an art gallery- she fell ill and I got to take her spot. Mind you, I have never worked in an art gallery, so that was a treat.
I don’t have any photo evidence that I was there.. only memories of people looking at art work. You’re welcome.
After work, I hopped in the car with my neighbor/friend Cory and headed over to the Blue Jackets game. Cory’s roommate, Kemp, came with his girlfriend as well. We bought student rush tickets, ate some cheese nachos and sipped on some hot beverages.
This is myself, Cory, David/Kemp and his girlfriend Rachel.
The Blue Jackets won over the San Jose Sharks with a score of 2-1. Woooo.
After the game, we all headed over to The Dolphin Lounge in Gahanna to watch our good friends perform. We listened to Christmas music on 93.3 ..(it’s on the radio.. I know, right?)
Cory and I also performed, but I will spare you the video. I sang for 15 seconds and frolicked my arms in the air. It was hilarious. If you really want to see it, contact me. I will take you in a secret room, equip you with earbuds and let you listen for 15 seconds.
This is Spencer Saylor to the left and Oliver Rouch to the right. Both of them go to Capital with me.
My SAS was indeed full of adventure. And, I’m pretty tired now.
How was your SAS? 😉