Welcome back to Fun Friday everyone…
The weekend is here and it’s time to see what’s been happening around here this week. Well of course Monday was a “work free” day and we were all thoroughly enjoying our time off from the grindstone!
Tuesday was a pleasant day back to work as my new makeup bags had arrived from the warehouse. I ordered two of our new Brief Cases Bags, one for my mum and one for me. We both have more make up bags than I care to count but I couldn’t resist adding to the count when I saw we were getting them in. Mum now thinks she’s cool as she shows off her retro green Pants at work (bless her).
Wednesday was very educational for the Gadgets team. The conversation turned to handwriting so we decided to “research” what our writing says about a few of us.
I found out that my (what I thought) cute circles on top of my “i” symbolizes that I am stuborn and fussy! I also write heavy handed which means I am healthy but forceful.
You’ll be curious to know that my fellow friend Dirk has hidden meanings behind his slanty text, it shows that he’s outgoing and open to other people’s ideas and experiences. Mandy however who never dots her “i” shows her forgetful memory.
Thursday was a photo day for me as I set off into the studio to have a hand at photographing our new gadgets including the fantastic cuddly animal Zoobies. Later that night I finally got to watch the new Hell’s Kitchen. Marco Pierre White’s headwear is definitely adding comedy value to the show this year. However I must admit no sooner than 20 minutes into the new series I sheepishly joined the rest of the nation by detesting the cringing “Shameless” actor Jody Latham. For those of you who have not seen the new show I would recommend the watch!
As for today the office seems quieter. Dirk has swanned off to Center Parcs (nice for some) to enjoy a long weekend. I’m sure you will all get to hear about it soon.
Speaking of parks, reading the paper on the way to work an article tickled my humour. It was about the increasing popularity of the Meerkats at London Zoo. This is all thanks to the advert for a comparison site that I’m sure you have all seen. No doubt just like me you have fallen in love with the company’s mascot “Aleksandr the Meerkat”. With his cute and cuddly face along with his adorable catch phrase “Simples!”. No wonder we are all flocking to see the real thing at London Zoo! I’m even thinking of adopting my own little meerkat .
It’s crazy how adverts are main topic of news so often… may I remind everyone of the Cadbury’s eyebrow raising children? Hmmm, not my idea of cute but whatever float your boat right?
Well that’s it from me. I’ll leave you on the note that… It’s “Simples”… Enjoy the weekend