Thursday, November 3, 2011

Lunching at HP with David... and The Trey McIntire Project?!

Yesterday David called me at about 11:45am just as I was getting finished with a business meeting.  He asked if I would be interested in joining him for lunch, and since I was out near his office anyway for my meeting, I happily agreed.  What fun to see my hubby during the work week!

When I arrived, David told me that there was a surprise at 12:30pm in the cafeteria so we were going to want to get good seats.  He also informed me that HP Boise has been doing major renovations throughout the building and this was also the grand opening of their newly renovated cafeteria.  The place was packed!

The newly remodeled eatery was very cool... somewhat George Jetson-like, which was amusing to see the big burly and completely un-modern factory workers sitting in the super-modern chairs, but I still thought it was great-surprisingly comfortable too.  And I have to also add that I actually thought the food was quite good as well.  Frankly, the selection was truly amazing.

As promised at 12:30pm the surprise: The Trey McIntyre Project preformed a routine for everyone in the middle of the cafeteria.  It was AWESOME!  Now that we've seen them perform twice, David and I are a bit obsessed with them.  If you have a chance to see them, GO!  Click here to see their performance schedule.

TMP was at HP as part of HP's Employee Giving Campaign Fair.  Boise is HP's top site for employee giving and you could tell from the massive amounts of charities who had booths set up there.

After the beautiful dancers performed, they got a bunch of people in the audience to join them to learn a dance routine.  I eagerly volunteered David and an older woman came over and dragged him onto the floor.  He was furious with me, but begrudgingly went along with it anyway.

If I do say so myself, my husband is an excellent dancer, despite the fact that he wasn't particularly thrilled to be out on the floor with all his co-workers watching him.  Unfortunately these are the only pictures I was able to take because I ran out of battery.

It was a fun day, and I must say, HP is a fun place to work... I wish I had the technical skills (and focus) to do what my hubby does... lucky David!

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