On Wednesday I attended the annual "See You At The Pole" (http://syatp.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=30&Itemid=23) event at my younger Daughters' public school. Because of this event I arrived WAY earlier than normal to work. After changing into my work shoes, I had conversations with a lot of the guys I hardly see anymore. I usually arrive at work with just enough time to change out of my gym clothes, grab my DIAD and pouch and listen to the PCM. While gabbing with people, my center manager became part of the conversation. After awhile, he asked why I was at work so early. I told him that I had just come from my Daughters' school, which had the (SYATP) event. He said, that's interesting, maybe we should do something like that here. He then set Friday at 8:15 as the meet time for the event, out in the parking area. Those that want to participate can gather and pray for our company, our people/families and for the upcoming peak season because, as he put it, nothing is guaranteed to us, not tomorrow, not our lives nor our jobs. My question, though I really just wanted to mention what was going on in our center, is, do any of you participate in celebrating your faith at work?