Holidays are work

I try to foster a casual, friendly atmosphere at work; thus, year round, my cubicle is full of superhero and giraffe paraphernalia. But, once December hits, I transition to more seasonal decor:

We are still buried under a couple feet of snow here. It isn’t supposed to warm up until next week, when it’s predicted we’ll get two days in the high forties. I hope enough snow melts to uncover our outside holiday decorations and lights. It bums me out that they’re currently hidden from view. I may just have to take matters into my own hands…

…I hope I have enough extension cords to reach the displays with my hairdryer.


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4 Responses to Holidays are work

  1. javabear says:

    How very festive!


  2. Oh my God! There’s Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer figures? I didn’t know these existed. My work team is nicknamed “The Island of Misfit Toys”, which explains why I have a huge grin right now.


  3. truthspew says:

    The tree is up, just gotta string the lights and hang the ornaments. Maybe do that today.


  4. you have a charlie brown tree (jealous) and so many other neat things (double jealous). I like that childlike quality about you.


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