My September travels began with a trip to North Carolina for a wedding followed closely by a work trip to Kansas City for training. The whole time I had my eyes open, considering ideas for my blog and looking for inspiration in the normally mundane daily grind. I have a few ideas that will take more thought before putting to paper - er, PC - so stay tuned. But it was something quite literal that inspired today's code for the day: a heavenly day spent at the spa with coworkers.
I know what you're thinking. A relaxing day at the spa with coworkers is an oxymoron. Well, you haven't met my coworkers! We spent a nice Sunday morning at the spa and I do believe the topic of work came up only once and very briefly before we moved on to more important topics, such as, admiring each others' nail color and inquiring about the various facials, wraps, and massages we all received.
Oh, the massage. Actually, after a busy week of lugging heavy suitcases and flying across the country and back and then back to the midwest and back again had left my feet as sore as my shoulders. I was pretty much a goner after the pedicure, but I subjected myself to a hot stone massage anyway and I remember wondering afterward if there was a code for feeling like jello, because it's been awhile since I've felt that complete relaxation. In fact, I did something I pretty much never get to do that afternoon: I took a nap!
My attempts at locating a jello code were not fruitful, so I went with the more obvious and here it is - the code for the day:
- 8E0KX1Z, Therapeutic massage
On a side note, I am not crazy about advertising on my blog, but I have to give mention to this amazing spa. If you ever find yourself in Denver and need a little pampering, the folks at Woodhouse Day Spa will take great care of you. This particular location at 17th and Ogden is located in the historic Merritt House. There's just something about relaxing in this Victorian setting that makes it seem extra special!