Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Care package

Yesterday I received a care package from a trusted employee which included: a 20 oz bottle of Coke, a package of Oreo cookies, a stress-release ball, a Starbucks gift card, "Toasti-toes"--a self-activating foot warmer, a bottle of mineral bath soak, and a Monday thru Friday pill caddy.

Is she trying to tell me something?



Blogger Tracy said...

That's awesome. I would have included the guidebook from "The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy", with its reassuring message, "Don't Panic," on the cover.

6:42 PM  
Blogger Sorka said...

Sounds like a mighty thoughtful and wise employee to me.

Something like that is worth at least a couple decades of the rosary. :)

6:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like a terrific person to have in your corner. And yes, she is trying to tell you something.

Why the cold tootsies?

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I came across a site for footed adult pajamas. It is
The cost -- $25/$35 range.

Might be a nice accompaniment to that care package.

6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shes in love with god..

6:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For heaven's sake -- your employee is trying to tell you to take a break, destress, relax. You could try yoga if you have not already -- a class or a tape.

Presuming that you are delightful to work with and for, you would probably be even more delightful if you calmed down!

Stress is contagious, you know!

11:48 AM  
Blogger Fr LWG said...

A Starbucks IV would have been nice. No?

12:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe she will take you out to Starbucks for a treat. Or maybe you will take all those who work for you out for a coffee break --nice for coworkers to have a break from the office. You know, it could be a bonding experience ....Yes, a Starbucks card would be great and I hope you get one. ....

Read (past tense) a tip for you to note if you are a cappuccino drinker. Starbucks offers a "short" cappuccino -- an unadvertised size that is smaller than the smallest size which is called "tall." .... The "short" is less expensive than the "tall" -- and it is much tastier, due to the proportions of espresso and steamed milk.****I tried it today out of necessity (stayed up too late, got up too early)and found it to be fabulous. Anyway, I think that I found that Starbucks info from the link-of-a-link from your blog.----thanks!

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BTW -- were you a particulary mischevious child? From what I can see, you have traces of it now!

1:43 PM  

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