Well there have been several developments in the recent weeks the biggest one is I am a full fledged member of the National Concierge Association. After several weeks of getting everything and waiting I am a part of a wonderful organization. I have two years till I can apply for Les Clef D’or, which is a whole new round of challenges.
I have managed to hold a 3.97 GPA sadly I blew the 4.0 with accounting last quarter. I did manage to squeeze out an A in Finance so my GPA didn’t drop too bad.
I have also been going to more outing and being far more social than I have ever been. It is part of the job I guess, it is amazing how many people actually remember me from my days at The Mulberry. Which brings me to what I wanted to blog about. Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to go to an art opening. I have been to numerous art openings in my day however this one really was awe inspiring. The exhibit is currently happening at the Jepson Center for the Arts in Savannah and features works of Winston Churchill. I love Churchill probably more than Bob Ross (if that is even possible). I knew Churchill painted matter of fact I wrote a fiction essay about Churchill and painting for a scholarship for school. This opening was extremely special for many reasons, first it was the final stop through Georgia for this exhibit. Second it featured as a speaker Winston Churchill’s great-grandson Duncan Sands. Finally, it featured the painting that saved Western Civilization which is a truly amazing painting.
So there you have it I had a once in a lifetime opportunity to see this amazing exhibition. I am going to far more public events and find I know more and more people at these events. It actually feels weird not to have anything on my calendar on my days off like this week. Now to hit the restaurants I haven’t been to, it seems there is one a week.