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Dec. 14, 2006
One busy little blogger
As we careen towards Christmas….sounds pretty dramatic doesn’t it?...I find myself busier than ever trying to finish up everything before our nice, long break.

You’ve heard that dumb expression, the hurrier I go, the behinder I get! Well, that would be me right now. And I find myself pondering some interesting questions, such as why are VIN numbers 17 digits/letters long? Is there really a Santa Claus? (you’d think by now I would know, but I don’t want to blow it for everyone else), and what I should get for Aunt Millie, the aunt who has everything?

I’m also taking stock of this past year. I really busted butt, and I feel great about that. It won’t be hard to write my review this year or that letter to Santa, but I really do need a break. Even at a fabulous place like Clif Bar & Co, the year-end wrap up can take its toll, not to mention the never ending sweets and goodies pouring in from everywhere. Just in case anyone is wondering, at this time of the year, it’s not just Clif and Luna bars that get eaten. Can you say, Dagoba Chocolate?

On my plate right now, I have the dreaded insurance renewal, which is almost done, new vehicles coming in for the Field Managers, and jury duty on Monday, which is going to break my stride. Then there are the cookies to bake, the last minute gifts still to purchase, and cards to write. Oh well. It’s always like this, then poof, it gets done, and I can move on to some Christmas cheer with friends and family. I hope all of you readers out there are nearing the year-end finish line too, and that you’ll have a very happy holiday season, and a Happy New Year.

Posted by:
Mary Kate
Office Life

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