Road idioms

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JoyHi Natasha, good to see you after a long time.
NatashaYes, it’s been a while. So, what’s up?
JoyBusy as usual, with the new project in my new job.
NatashaCongratulations! You mentioned it last time that you reached a fork in the road when they offered you this position.
JoyYes, because my previous manager promised a raise,but I realized that company was middle-of-the-road. That’s why I decided to move. So, what have you been doing?
NatashaIn the last three months, I was on the road and came back to Winnipeg last Friday. It was pretty hectic, going from one place to another, but it was necessary for marketing our new product. We have to get the show on the road.
JoyI totally agree. Nice catching up with you! I think I should hit the road, as my wife and I have dinner plans.
NatashaSure, see you later. Bye.

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