Last night, Jenna (left) and Meredith (right) did a great job starting the Christmas decorating. Here, they have just completed the "Frog Tree", all the while cleansing their faces. Beautiful.
Monday, November 17, 2008
I had a terrific weekend with George and several of my coworkers (Bryan, Steve and Mark) riding mountain bikes in the Natahala National Forest on the Tsali Trails. This is a series of mountain biking/hiking/horseback riding trails in Western NC which represents a challenge to any level of biker.
The thing I enjoyed most was the melding of old friendships (George) and newer friendships (the rest). All the guys who went are terrific people, all dedicated to family and Christ. We also had a pretty good time watching the Godfather movies, 1 and 2.
One of the highlights included watching Steve mountainbike in rain and 45 degree weather... in flipflops.
Monday, November 10, 2008
Well, you know how much the Greens love to move so here we go again... This time, however, is a bit different. We are moving back to Columbia!!!
I will continue to work with GlaxoSmithKline, but back on the sales leadership side of the business in our vaccines division. I have learned a lot over the three years in the HIV marketing department here in Research Triangle Park, but Leslie, the kids and I are all delighted to get back to Columbia. As a Regional Immunization Sales Director, I will be responsible for a group of vaccine account representatives covering SC and western NC.
Please keep our family in your prayers. There's no place like home!
Sunday, November 9, 2008
I must apologize for being lax about this blog, lately, but as you all will find out very soon I have good reason. For now, however, I would like to share a couple of pictures from a recent trip to Costa Rica. My father invited me to accompany him to Costa Rica for a little male bonding. I was delighted to spend some quality time with my Dad, away from the hustle and bustle. We had a terrific time and really renewed our relationship. Thanks Dad! I love you.
Dad gears up for the "Canapy Tour", a ride along zip-lines in the trees of a Costa Rican rain forest.
Dad makes it to the bottom of the mountain, intact.
Here I come. Baby got back.