Construction Finance Goes to Nashvegas
There are two types of people in this world: Those who love traveling for work, and those who would rather just go ahead and stand in the unemployment line rather than make one more trip to the airport.
For better or worse, the Construction Finance office tends to skew towards the latter.
The one exception to that rule would be me.
After all, I live in the middle of a rice field. I am more than happy to take any opportunity I can to get a change of scenery.
Well, luckily for me (and less luckily for everybody else here at Construction Finance), last week, we got to go present at a conference in Nashville. And by “we”, I mean, John presented, and another team member and I came along.
Better yet, we flew!
Now again, some people are hopelessly jaded, and do not get excited about private planes. I, however, am not that person. I get excited about snow, finding soda in the office refrigerator, and sunnier than average days. Planes are pretty much the coolest thing I can think of!
As such, I took pictures.
So many pictures.
Y’all are welcome.
Side note: No, we did not actually get around to taking in photos in Nashville.
That would have made way too much sense.
But dang if I didn’t do an impressive job of taking low-quality pictures of plane wings while everyone else tried to be cool and pretend like this wasn’t the most exciting thing they’d ever done!*
Also, I managed to force John into trying out the selfie stick, so I’m pretty sure that’s a win.
*To be fair, I suppose that to people who have planes, this actually isn’t that exciting. However, I do not have a plane or a life, so I got to revel in all of the excitement.