I told y'all my team at work was corny, right? Well someone had the idea to buy this little LEGO person wearing a unicorn costume (unicorns have been an inside joke on this team since before I got there, don't ask), and have everyone take pictures with it and then send it on to the next person, be they on a different coast or an entirely different continent. It's supposed to boost camaraderie and make our jobs more interesting ('tis telling that one has to go to such lengths, no?). I did this exact same activity with a human-shaped paper cutout named Stanley in kindergarten. It was cute then, but now... no comment.
When they passed it to me on Friday I was really annoyed that I had to be concerned with work-related things outside of work hours. But then I liked the way the pictures turned out, so I've decided to post them here before turning them in and sending Uni off to the UK. We each get two weeks, but I wanted to get it over with so I knocked it out in a day. Here's how I spent my Saturday:
|Took my dog for a walk and passed by the spot where they discovered mastodon bones some years ago. There's a sign...
|...And a sitting area with an information placard.
|On the way home I stopped by the local Little Free Library, which was specially decorated for Easter/the arrival of spring.
|Later in the afternoon I spent a few hours at my favorite cafe.
|They sell bubble tea and Taiwanese food, and the staff is super nice.
|Then I went home and sat behind my house until it got dark. My dog guarded the backyard while I read.
|And back to work on Monday (didn't do much on Sunday).