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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Things I love about my job -- Reason #2

Not everyone gets to say they laugh at work, but I do.

Everyday.

I laugh at work. 

I work was some fantastic people both in the kitchen and in the building.

I work with a manager that gave up time and money from her own paycheck to be sure there was money in the budget to keep me and my co-worker.

I have a co-worker who would not only appreciate this picture but attempt to recreate it with a smiley fry.  She makes me laugh every day.  Usually more than once.

I have the pleasure of working with a janitor that not only can catch a bat in less than five minutes but would be willing to shovel my snow covered driveway if my husband was out of town.

Our principal is not only someone whom I greatly respect but also someone I call friend.

Most, if not all, the teachers in the buidling know me by my first name and can tell when I'm having "one of those days". 

Most often everyone just notices how much fun we all are having in the kitchen. 

Trust me--everyone should be having as much fun at work as we do.


Photo credit -- The great Terry Border

5 random thoughts:

Amanda said...

That's true. Good co-workers can make the most difficult circumstances bearable, even joyful!

David Allen Waters said...

laughter is so important...;)

Gina said...

I love my coworkers too. And our cafeteria goddesses. ;)

Dan said...

Beware of hot dogs and beans - your co-workers may not want to spend too much time near you when they are around. {*grin*}

Jenners said...

Oh my God...that photo is hilarious!!! Love it! It sounds like you work with a great bunch of people. That makes all the difference in the world.

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