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Monday, February 12, 2018
I won’t bore you with all the details, but I will give you the highlights. We ate fresh lobster tails and jumbo shrimp twice at the Lobster House. It was within walking distance of the resort. Delicious! We rented a 15-passenger van and cruised the island. We shopped the markets down town and toured the Agave (Tequila) plantation. The picture shows the agave plants. It was very interesting and the samples were good too. It takes almost 8 years for agave to mature to be harvested. Then 1 to 3 years for aging to make tequila.
We were only there for four days, so the last two days were beach days. We did a lot of relaxing. What a great group of people to travel with. A good time had by all. Many people are scared to go to Mexico, but we have been several times and had great experiences. It’s a great place to relax, a slower pace atmosphere. We will be visiting again, probably next year.
Friday, February 2, 2018
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
- Flash cards are not just for kids. Yes, this adult is learning her piano notes with flash cards. It seemed silly at first, but I learned quick they work.
- Kids coming in for lessons are not sure what to think or say when they see an adult in the lesson waiting room with piano book in hand. Perhaps I’m encouraging them to stay with it, so they are not the adult in the waiting room in 30 years. Glad I can help motivate!J
- Nursery Rhymes are not just for toddlers! Mary Had a Little Lamb, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – they are all I can play for now but I’m proud of it. If my husband starts asking me to play rhymes to put him to sleep at night, then we may have a problem.
On a serious note, there is zero regret on my decision to pursue lessons and I’ve already put together a list of “goal songs” I can’t wait to learn to play. It may take me a couple years to get there, but they are goals none-the-less.
So, if you are reading this and have something you’ve always wanted to do or learn, ask yourself “What am I waiting for”? Life is short – pursue your passions and have some fun along the way.
By: Tonya Gross
Thursday, December 28, 2017
I will be retiring from my full-time position at LSB the end of this year. I have worked in several different positions, first as a teller, then loan clerk, and finally as executive assistant. All of it has been so enjoyable, so making the decision to retire has been very difficult for me. My husband has been asking when I was going to retire since I turned 65, but I haven’t been able to make up my mind. I have enjoyed my work at LSB and my co-workers so much, the idea of leaving all that behind just didn’t feel right.
When struggling with a decision, they say to take a piece of paper, draw a line down the middle and put the pros on one side and the cons on the other. I decided to give it a try. On the pro side, I listed the things I would like to do in my retirement. I guess you could call it my bucket list. On the other side, I listed the things I would miss by not working. I will have to admit the pro side was much longer, but I still wasn’t convinced I wanted to leave work behind. I thought maybe a part time position could be the answer to my dilemma. Lucky for me, that was an option and I will continue to work at the Bank in a part time position. So now I feel I have the best of both worlds. I will have more time to start working on my bucket list, and still be part of the LSB family. Yea! I have had so much fun working at the Bank, learned so much, and grown so much as an individual. I don’t seem to be able to find the right words to properly express my gratitude. Nothing seems adequate. So, for now, I will have to settle for just saying…. Thank you so much for everything!
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
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