I have been having a bad time at work. Because I haven’t been being myself or being honest. I have not been giggles and Wang Chung. I was being the person I thought everyone would rather me be, and I was making myself miserable.
Yesterday, I found out that even though you make situations really bad, it can all be fixed. And sometimes that person you think hates everything about you, doesn’t really… just some where your words and actions got lost in translation and made things worse than they ever had to be. And sometimes you can’t choose how important certain people are to you, and although it can really suck. It can also be really awesome sometimes…
Anyways, last week and yesterday until lunch I really just wanted to be alone… Because 6 personalities in 1,000 S.F. (that is including a bathroom and storage) is very hard to deal with. Especially when you are fighting with 1/5 of the people you work with.
I contemplated working in a more secluded spot… so logically I thought working in the Fortress of Solitude could really work out for me:
But alas… we couldn’t figure out how to link up the phone with all those large ice crystals. And, I don’t think I would have survived very well in solitary confinement. and none of my coworkers agreed with this doodle.
Here are the reactions of my coworkers:
Dab: “That’s such a freaking lie! I just don’t see that working out for you”
Professional: “I think it wouldn’t be solitary for very long. Actually you are the only person who could probably unsolitude the fortress of solitude”
Amber just knowingly giggled.
I guess I should probably invest in a batcave… especially if I can be there with Joseph Gordon Levitt.
Today was a good day. I hope you had a good one too.
Hello There Professional Quote Enthusiasts!
The time has come to stack up our files, briefly defragment our hard drives and listen to the pearls of professional wisdom only Professional Eric could share.
Today at work there was a discussion about our company and it’s professional standing. Which by the way, our company is practically an architectural Yeti… no one know about us, and we have fabulous hair. As anyone could imagine, Eric was all over this conversation… because he likes to get down with verbal professionalism.
There was talk about newer products we could use, ideas of being more efficient, social media,a guy dressed like a small historic building waving a sign in the streets… And then Eric said the following statement that changed the office as we know it, and propelled him into Jack Donaghy professional territory:
He informed our boss man that has an office revitalization plan under glass at his desk… So, basically he’s going to change our little office into the 6 million dollar man, or into a car microwave… Either would be good.
We have the technology! We can make it better than it was before! Better, stronger, faster.
Today’s doodle comes from a real life doodle left as a present from me to the people in room 216 of Evans Hall.
I give you my spicy chicken:
He was only labeled in spanish due to the fact all the writing on the board was in spanish.
Also Happy birthday to my mom.
At Unique LA I purchased a not-so-unique, but incredibly fun telescope necklace. I wore it today at work closed… until lunch when Eric asked if I was wearing a rape whistle. Although I am a fan of guarding yourself from stranger danger… I do not actually own a rape whistle… so, now the telescope is open…
and I can spot a pirate at 2 times closer range now… So watch out Jack Sparrow.
P.S. You can shiver your own timbers.
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