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I've just launched a new website called restaurantworldtour.com where the idea is to try as many different types of food from around the world in your local area and I was wondering whether you'd go and have a look, see what you think and perhaps give me some feedback. And if you like it, I'd really appreciate it if you'd start adding a few restaurants that you know of in your area.
Training is going good. Its really not that hard. My TGM said she wants to tey and get me done sooner than 6 weeks if she can. The other MIT is ok, but not sure how good he is going to do. He is a week ahead of me and I have finished more paperwork than him. LOL How are things with you?
Yeah I know it sounds crazy, but look who you are talking to here lol. Yeah still have a place to go (mom and dad) for a hot second. I just could not pass this oppourtunity up. Not to mention I did not realize I actually realize what my dad was saying all these years about staying close to your family. : )
No I left there. They are not even open yet. They pushed the opening til this Friday. I can't wait to keep making money and this offer was to good to pass up. I am actually moving back home to Greenville today. (thats where the new job is)
I did and I start my MIT training on June 3rd! Bubbles saw Millici the other day and said he was totally jealous of me. LOL I am very excited about it. its gets me back into casual dining and into management.
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