Friday, October 25, 2013

I can has business trip

I have to go to Chicago for work, briefly. Not sure why I thought this was a good idea, as 1. I hate flying, 2. I hate big groups of people I don't know, and 3. I hate flying.

Blogs don't load well on my phone so I won't be visiting you until next week.

Meanwhile, dealing with a difficult colleague that everyone has been avoiding since she has been such a bitch...this is how I did it:

Her: Rude email.
Me: "Be nice!"

She said she was being nice...then backed down. So maybe I just need to apply the rules of kindergarten.

Have a good weekend!

10 comments:

Lynn said...

I love the lol cat! Perfect.

I hope you have a great trip and the flying is uneventful. We'll see you when you get back.

Sounds as if you handled that difficult person perfectly!

Lee said...

Happy flight, RK...I hope that carton got you safely there. Perhaps a cape might be better for the return trip.

Elephant's Child said...

Love that cat. Hate flying and crowds.
Have a great trip - and congratulations on dealing with Ms Difficult.

Cheryl said...

Hope your trip goes well. As for dealing with a rude co-worker. I feel for you. Usually consistently rude people aren't fixable as far as turning them into pleasant people. My hope for you is that you have "extra, extra, high super-levels" of patience so the urge to beat the sh** out of her is kept manageable.

Abby said...

Have fun in Chicago! Be nice!

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Such a cute cat...! I hope your trip is good and that your flights are terrific! I'm with you on the BIG Crowds....!

DWei said...

I don't mind flying that much.

Then again, I generally end up sleeping most of the flight.

Granny Annie said...

Wish I could put those wings on my cat Catness and have her fly away...to you, to Chicago, to the land of Oz. She is a bad seed.

Take care and remember to "be nice".

Charles Gramlich said...

I don't think I've ever tried "Be Nice." maybe I should. :) Luck on your trip.

Workingdan said...

"Be nice"? Do people still do that?

Safe travels!