I’m going to be frank here — yesterday sucked. I’m facing some big changes in my life. Nobody is sick or dying or losing their jobs. I’m not pregnant or anything. It’s only a little change, but it will end a working relationship and begin another.
Even small changes can be felt enormously.
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People, this U.D.O. (unidentified disco object) has made its way, albeit temporarily, to my office.
I begged my co-worker who brought it in to keep it until at least Friday so we could have a Friday dance-off. Right!?
Linking up with my girls Liz and KLZ. Or collectively, KLiz.
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I’m originally from West Virginia. I grew up in the shadow of the Appalachian mountains. We lived in a small-ish town that thrived on the six degrees of separation. If you didn’t know one person, you probably knew someone who knew them.
I’m fluent in hillbilly, and although I don’t actively speak it, I
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We have a table at work where people dump all the stuff they no longer want and hope someone else from the building will take it.
It’s the Free Stuff Table.
Somebody explain this collection to me:
This was taken this morning, after someone took the gigantic tube of mashed potato flakes.
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I think my love of Publix supermarkets has been well documented in this blog.
Basically, it’s the best grocery store ever. You walk into a Publix and just feel happy. It’s bright and cheery and clean. All the employees greet you with a smile. The produce is fresh and so is the meat. Prices
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I spent Memorial Day weekend as the on-call media rep for work. There are four of us who take turns handling any media that calls after hours and on weekends. Typically during those times, we just say, “sorry wrong number”. I mean, we say “sorry, call back during office hours”, unless it’s a big
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