Wednesday, October 13, 2010

A Day That Was Crappy. And a Contest

Good Morning, Kittens.
 
Yesterday was a big pile of UGH.  Things that went wrong:
 
1. Huge setback with something I've been working on for almost a year, taking me back almost to Square One. 
2. Very Important Meeting I organized was only attended by 4 people.  Several people who were supposed to be at the meeting walked by and did not come in.
3. After the meeting (which ended at 4:45), I have an email saying I have to create a presentation by 1PM today.  Then, give a practice presentation (um?  what?  of the many things I do need to practice, making presentations is not one of them) in front of my supervisor.  Oh, and the practice presentation is scheduled for the exact same time when I have two guest speakers scheduled.  Oh, and the practice presentation is for a meeting which is supposed to be on the 14th, but a meeting notice *still* has not been sent out.  Wasted. Effort.  IMHO.
 
So, I left work Very Cranky.  But, I went for a run (about 2.5 miles) and had a martini.  Then, I felt a bit better.
 
AND, NOW, the Moment You've All Been Waiting For ...
 
The Great Mug Giveaway Contest: Show Me Your Best MugShot!
 
Take a mugshot photo (or make a drawing).  You are free to interpret "mugshot" however you wish.
Post your photo (or drawing) on your blog, on facebook, on Flickr.
Leave a link for me in the comments.  Easy Peasy.
 
A distinguished panel of judges will choose the top four mugshots.  The winners will get to pick from the following mugs:
 
 
(There would've been 5 mugs to choose from; however, there was a small accident involving this mug and a very cute Baby Who Lives Upstairs. We'll see if super glue works.)
 
Good luck and show me your best mugshot!
 
*smooches*
 
 

1 comment:

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