Saturday, February 25, 2012

Hospitality Happiness.

Yesterday after work I headed over to the local high school to help my husband at a wrestling tournament.  My role is to provide hospitality services for the workers and officials of the event, as well as to assist with other clerical duties as needed.  Here we are all set-up and ready to go...

Nice donuts. Ha!

We always order the food from a local Italian restaurant called Sorella’s.  Joe and the gang at Sorella’s do a marvelous job and we always receive raving reviews from the eaters. 

We delved into a tray of chicken parm...

...a tray of penne vodka...

...along with a salad topped with balsamic vinaigrette and the ever popular garlic knots.

Everything was outstanding!

For a sweet surprise, I bought a large bag of Hershey kisses and set them out in little bowls.  

This morning I stopped at my local Dunkin Donuts and picked up a few dozen donuts for the workers along with a medium decaf, cream and sugar for me.  The coffee was already perking by the time I got there (thanks to my husband's assistant) and for some reason, donuts and coffee make these people very happy!

In between donuts and lunch I had time for a quick five miles.  We have been having some very heavy winds here in Bethlehem so the first half of the run was like running through a wind tunnel, but the return was calm, cool, and collected.

Lunch snuck up rather quickly and thanks to Sorella’s again, I set out a variety of pizzas, stromboli, and calzones.  

For the second time in two days, I received positive feedback from all who ate.  A food spread like this makes the long hours people spend in a high school gym special, and I’m glad to be a part of it.  

What's up for the rest of the night?  Not sure.  I am contemplating dinner and a movie with the kids, or a quiet night at home with take-out and a Red Box special.  

As of now, tomorrow's running workout with Jesse will consist of 4 x 1 mile repeats along the canal tow path.  More on that later...

Have a great day!


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