Friday, July 06, 2012

Full Friday

There are four guys playing tennis at Wimbledon today.  Mom likes all of them, but she really loves one of them. You all know which one.

Mom can't watch because she'll be at her day hunting gig.  They are "re-organizing" the cube farm, and this is what her workspace looked like yesterday.
That's her desk behind the file cabinet. Mom says it had walls by the time she left last night, and today she should get it all put back together.

One of Mom's very best friends at the day hunting gig place had emergency surgery on Wednesday. Something about a gall bladder coming out.  Her friend will be fine, but Mom and I would like to ask you to send her some positive vibes.

9 comments:

Megan said...

I think that your mom needs to get her boss interested in tennis. Then he wouldn't schedule major changes to the cube farm on a Wimbledon weekend.

Gallbladder - been there, done that. Sending lots of (bean) purrs in the general direction of New Hampster.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Kikky said...

Sending purrs, vibes, prayers, etc. for the friend.

Angel and Kirby said...

It is a lot of work to manage a cube farm! Sending good vibes to your Mom's friend!

meowmeowmans said...

How amazing that they got all those walls up by the time your mom left! We will purr and pray for your Mom's friend to heal up real nice and without incident, okay?

Hugs!

Poppy Q said...

I hope your friend has a swift recovery from surgery, and work looks better soon. I hope mom kept the pictures of you safe (I am sure she had some hanging up at her workspace).

Enjoy the tennis - hope your boyfriend wins.

Love
julie and poppy Q
xxx

Madness, Trouble, Squish and Milkbone said...

FEDERER! YAY

Sparkle said...

Sending purrs and good thoughts to your human's coworker friend!

Derby, Ducky said...

Purrs for the gall bladder-less friend. Wow to work even for a day without walls.

Karen Jo said...

I hope your Mom's favorite won at Wimbledon. Spyro and I send healing purrs to your Mom's friend. It must take a lot of work to manage a cube farm.

Herman