Cubed to the 10th.


@postaday 306; #postaday2011.

There’s so much to do at work, and not much time to spare, and I just got asked by Rose if I would be ready to move tomorrow. Legitimate question, since I only have one box packed.

I'm displacing the 10th-floor First Aid station. But if you say please, I might take care of you if you need a shoulder to whine on.

I assured her I would. I do my best to always make deadline, no matter what kind of project it is. My new cube on the 10th floor is its first aid station, until tomorrow. I asked Rose if she could look into whether or not my job title would expand to include kissing boo boos and soothing egos. I think it would mean a promotion. That’s what executives do around here!

I like change, I like adventure, I like getting the feel of the vibe in a different area of the Mothership. My new cube is very cave like, a safe, womb-like cocoon of fabric walls, metal cabinets and pressed wood desk tops. The wood is new for me. I wonder how I’ll like it, whether it will be easy on my eyes, and where the grains will lead me as I follow them along with my thoughts.

Those of you who know me would probably be surprised at how quiet a worker I can be. In between projects, I take breaks and make some noise on social media. I check in on my virtual friends, I give shout outs and share posts, and then I submerge into the quietness of contemplating what is before me, writing it in such a way that it seeps into the mind of my audience as easily as possible.

I love the virtual hugs. But the IRL ones are better. I take what I can get though. Not many of you can come to Hawaii and give me a squeeze!

Luv,
Me.

 

Author: lavagal

Hawaii Kai wife and mom. Melanoma Stage 3a Cancer survivor. English Language Learners Coordinator and Paraprofessional Tutor. Super sub teacher. Dormant triathlete. Road cyclist and Masters swimmer. Gardener. Mrs. Fixit. Random dancer. Music Curator. A teenager trapped in an aging body. Did you know 60 is the new 40? It is.

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