belfebe (belfebe) wrote,


I am trying to be productive today, with mixed results. Have managed to make some progress on some projects, but still need some information from other people to continue on others.

Oh, well.

While my information arrives, I can update my LJ. Mwahahahahahaha!!!!!

I had lunch with a group of my ex-colleages from HR, and had a great time. We had not had the opportunity to do this as a real "so long," from the Department, so this was a great chance to do it. They also got me a little silver witch in a chain, as a reminder that we are "The Witches."

No, we do not dance under the moonlight without our drawers on. Neither do we gather around a cauldron and cackle while reciting "Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble," but we do think that it would be fun to try it one of these days.

The point is, when you do human resources, you are in the unenviable position of policing rules and telling people what they do not want to hear. Because of that, it is not uncommont that people refer to you as "That Witch." Add to that the fact that the entire Department is comprised mainly by women, and you have the picture.

Hence, the whole Witch theme ensued.

(We had a couple of guys at one point, one of which we deemed an "Honorary Witch.")

(But today it was all about us girls.)

At any rate, I switched jobs a month ago, and now I am back in Legal.

I have also brought with me the stuffed witch on a broom that I had hanging at my office in HR.

You may take the Witch out of HR, but once a Witch, always a Witch.

And now I need to go.

My broom is calling me and it needs to be refueled.

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