Yesterday at work, two coworkers and I spent the afternoon coloring a flow chart. To be completely honest, we sat in the executive conference room thinking about coloring a flow chart. We mostly talked about old coworkers, who I could date at work (which I’m against), former dating coworkers, and my coworker’s current boyfriend. Today, I think we are actually going to color the flow chart. I’ll keep you posted.
Speaking of me dating, I have a friend that’s trying to play match-maker with me. She wants to set me up with a guy from her office, who I know. He seems nice, so I said sure. He and I have exchanged a couple emails, talked in person a few times, and he even came to my birthday party. But that’s it. Tuesday night he invited me to a Thunder game, but I had to decline. I’m sorry! I already had plans. Do you really think that if you invite me to something five hours before the event I’ll be free? Again, I do not sit at home and knit sweaters! I briefly saw him last night and he didn’t even acknowledge my existence. I’m thinking this short lived match-made is dead. No one should try to play match-maker unless they are me or The Millionaire Match-Maker. No one!
I just discovered the Mother of all cupcakes. Check this out:
Oh my word. Doesn’t that look amazing? It's a mint chocolate chip cupcake.
Funny story: Sister #1 has a friend who is currently looking for a job. She was searching online and noticed that a company called Company Confidential was hiring. Since it looked like they were hiring so much, she decided to send in her resume. When writing her cover letter she addressed it to: Company Confidential, and then went on to explain how she was very excited to work with Company Confidential. Now, my question to you. If you are HR do laugh at the cover letter, or do you call the person in for an interview just to see who wrote a cover letter to Company Confidential?
So on that story; I think I’m going to call it a day for my Ramblings….