Wednesday, July 11, 2007

I'm Leaving On a Jet Plane


For the first time in about three years I'm going on a vacation. It's just a couple days in Chicago, but I've never been so look forward to just 'chillaxing' as the kids say nowadays. I should be back by Saturday/Sunday, and will have no computer access.


The cute thing is, my boss said she's proud of me for finally going. "It's so nice seeing how well you are taking care of yourself!" she told me over lunch. "And remember, I'm old enough to be your mom, so I can say that."


I do love the people at my job, they really do care about each other.


OMG, I can't wait!



picture from http://www.globalsecurity.org

8 comments:

Lady_T said...

Chillaxing?!?!? o wow, I wonder how many more words can be squished together to make the english language easier

Amel's Realm said...

YYIIIIIIIIPPPPPPPPPPIIIIIIIIEEEE!!!!

I'm HAPPY for you for this vacation and also since you have loving colleagues and boss there. It's not everywhere that you get that kind of nice working environment. :-)))

^________________________________^

HAVE A GREAT TIIIIMMMEEEEE!!!!! I feel like jumping up and down with you HE HE HE HE...

Chewy said...

I hope you have a very enjoyable time. Keep your eye open for a handsome young architect... preferably NOT married. (The one in "Now Voyager" was married.)

Michelle said...

Have a great time! :-)

david mcmahon said...

Have a wonderful holiday. Stay safe. Be happy. Chillax. And celebrate the fact that you have colleagues who care.

And fellow bloggers who care, too.

Paper Fan Club said...

Chicago is definitely on my places to see list too. How was your well-deserved trip? Any deep dish pizza on your itinerary?

Shrink Wrapped Scream said...

Have a fantastic time honey, it's well overdue. I like the sound of this boss of yours, she seems to know what she's talking about. x

Victorya said...

Thanks for the well-wishes guys! Everything went so amazingly well, the weather was perfect, the flight grand - oh the clouds, the clouds were magnificent! I can't even describe how magical it felt.