So yesterday, my whole team pulled together in a mad scramble to craft something really solid in a rush project for our client. We came back with something great, and positive, and actionable, and our direct point of contact was very pleased. Continue reading “Frustrations”
I wasn’t thrilled about picking up a new meeting on Sunday for a Monday 9am conference call.
I generally don’t love rush projects, or projects that take up every minute of the day and still make me work late. Continue reading “Discoveries”
You love your dog. Omigosh, of course you do. Yours is the sweetest, bestest dog ever. Who could NOT love a sweet baby like yours? Continue reading “For the dog lovers”
Maybe it’s the moderate in me, but I tend to be of two minds about things I see people say on social media.
Example 1: people express (without comment in what sense) that they are “more afraid of my rights being infringed upon, than of the coronavirus,”
Yes and No. Continue reading “Of two minds. Or maybe three.”
I don’t know why I looked on a Tuesday midmorning during a pandemic, but I did.
Surely there would be nothing to see, if I pulled up Find My and looked where my family is. Of course they would all be in their respective homes. Where else could they be?? My folks don’t have a grocery pickup until the end of the week. My sister and I both have deliveries set up.
There’s no reason to glance because there’s no reason anyone should be out. Nothing to see here, right?
Wrong. Continue reading “Oh FFS”
So, even though there is literally no reason for me to go to an office almost ever, and even though there’s extra reasons not to go when we’re trying to slow a pandemic, I had to go to the office on Monday.