The Elephant in the Office
So listen, people, I’m just going to be honest with you. We’ve had some crazy crap going on here in the office in the last two weeks. At this point, I need to be a bit vague about it. (I’m sorry, but I really do need to keep this job.) But I promise, in a few weeks when some of the dust settles, I will fill you all in.
For now, with some people depressed and some people manically happy and some people kind of dazed and some people really quiet, I don’t even know what to write about. It’s like this giant elephant sitting at my cube, like right on my face. And the thing is, all I want to do is tell YOU, my amazing readers who have been taking time out of your day to read a mortgage blog all about it.
(Forgive me – I just discovered how fun it is to draw in Microsoft Paint, and it’s like crack, people. It’ll wear off soon.)
In the meantime, let’s explore the pictures on my camera phone, shall we?
I found plantain twins at Kroger. I’m telling you people, pesticides are taking over the world:
Kroger had my blueberries on sale and I went straight up Honey Boo Boo’s mom and bought all of them (I promise not every picture is from Kroger, but I do like to take pictures in the grocery store):
My dog Cowboy and I went moose hunting a few weeks ago:
I saw these napkins at World Market the other day. They’re dirty (dirty napkins – get it?) but too funny not to share:
Pottery Barn needs to rethink Christmas. What the heck is this and why would I hang it on my tree?
Once we moved into our new house, we realized the bathroom tiles weren’t cleaned properly (they still had grout smeared on them). We called the warranty people and they sent tile workers out four different times, never cleaning it properly. Finally, they replaced the tiles. Three of these are not like the others:
Okay folks, HANG WITH ME! I promise I will fill you in as I can on what’s up in this crazy mortgage office. Next week I will share a few details (they can’t fire me for just a few details, right?). In the meantime, please read my other blog! And stop back here next week to find out which dirty word I used when this whole shebang started.
(I’ll give you a hint – it made those dirty napkins seem downright innocent).