Our final evening in China brought one of my favorite photo opportunities. We went out for a farewell dinner at Lost Heaven and had a great time visiting with each other and recapping how fun our day at the factory had been. It was a gorgeous night, so after dinner a few of us decided to walk back to the hotel. Walking along The Bund, we got the most beautiful view of the skyline that we had seen so far, so we stopped to take a few pictures. It was such an amazing night with good friends, walking through the streets of somewhere I never thought I would go.
We spent one last night at the hotel and then had some free time in the morning to do a little shopping at Taikang Lu. We then started the long trip back home.
I am so thankful to Debbie Bolton, Judy Letain, Eivind Schackt, David Peeters and Kristi Hubbard for making this a trip of a lifetime. It was a true blessing. I’m even more thankful for the Norwex opportunity as a whole. When I first heard about Norwex, I thought that this would be something fun to help fill a little gap in our budget for a while. Never would I have been able to dream of the wonderful blessings Norwex has provided in the past six years. It’s brought the best of friends into my life, personal growth, travel for myself and my family, a means of teaching my children about entrepreneurship, and it’s brought financial blessings beyond measure. If you’ve ever given any consideration to starting your own work at home business, or if you love Norwex and would like to learn more about becoming a Norwex consultant, please feel free to contact me at suzanneholt(at)live.com or 651-402-0306. I would love to connect with you.
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