According to the CEO of the company that I work for the big "Reduction in Force" day is scheduled for Tuesday. So as a result of that I've learned:
1) That being at work is like being on the reality show, Survivor. Everyone is pointing fingers at who will be voted off the "island". Folks are throwing up and can't eat or think straight while those that have immunity are laughing their fool heads off.
2) It takes less time to take something apart than it does to put it back together again. Note to self, "Remember which key goes where when you take the keys of your keyboard off."
3) I could sure use a Wonka Bar and a golden ticket right about now!
4) Some friendships are better left in the past.
5) Writing and playing the piano and drawing is like food for my soul.
6) If a puppy has to choose between chewing on his toy or the baseboards in the house, guess which one he chooses?
7) I only switch to using slang (words like ain't, cuz and gonna) when I'm either angry or feeling very much at ease with the person I'm talking to.
8) Some parents just aren't teaching their kids manners now days. If I have one more kid run right in front of me or almost almost run me down with a shopping cart, or play in the clothing racks, I'm gonna stick my foot out.
9) When somoene passes away, it can often bring out the worst in the family members that are left.
10) Being a tree hugger isn't all that bad but I draw the line at not killing flies, spiders and cockroaches.
So, what have you learned?
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