Well, so far, so good. I really like the new office. Everyone here is super friendly. Maybe that’s because they haven’t asked me to do anything yet, who knows. A few new people start this week. They pretty much tripled the size of their team with this round of hirings. Thursday we had a meeting that basically outlined our projects that we would be working on. Looks exciting. I work in the PMO, Project Management Office. Our job is to coordinate, implement, and track any changes to systems and processes in the company. I’m pretty excited about it. I’d be really excited if they sent me down to the Florida office for about a week for some “training.”
Oh, and for Dustin, the move to downtown Little Rock coupled with the fact that I’m carpooling now results in me visiting in some really tasty restaurants. My company doesn’t offer paid parking and there are only so many spots on the parking deck, which are for upper management and people with more seniority than me. So, the guys I ride with are management. We use their spots when I drive, but I have to have them to get in and out of the deck. So, when they drive, I’m stuck here. When I drive, I’m stuck here. I said all of that to say that if I don’t bring my lunch, I have to walk to somewhere to eat. This, so far, has turned out pretty good. And this brings me to my first review:
If you like country cooking, you’ll like this place. You get to choose what size plate you want: Veggies, 1 meat and 1 veggie, 1 meat 2 veggies, and so forth up to All You Can Eat. Some of the choices for meat were Meatloaf, Fried Catfish and a couple of other thing. The veggies are the basic southern veggies. I got the Fried Catfish and Twice Baked Potato. Food was really good and lived up to it’s name. My only problem was the price. My total came to $7.50, that included the plate, a roll, and a drink. A little pricey for the amount of food that I got. Other than that, it was great.
So, there you go.