Red alert! Red alert! “This message has been sent with high importance!” NCN!
That is my favorite email of the day. Every afternoon, at some point, the alert comes to my work email box. Sometimes I send my reply immediately, other times I just answer the call. In person.
It all started a few weeks ago when my page https://www.joom.com/en/best/logitech-m720-triathlon-multi-device-wireless-mouse, Karen, summoned me to come to her department, which is next to mine.
“Look what I have.” It was a small brown box tied with a pink ribbon. A box exactly the color of chocolate. Karen ceremoniously untied the ribbon and opened the box. Inside, two beautiful handmade chocolates snuggled next to each other in paper liners. Karen recommended that we taste them, and I did not decline.
Very carefully cutting them in half, we sampled the heavenly concoctions. I don’t think we spoke for a few moments as we mmmmmmmmed and ooooooohed our way to our happy place. I thanked Karen and went back to my desk to finish my day, a much happier person.
Lo and behold, I had a birthday shortly thereafter. Sitting on my desk was a chocolate-colored box with an orange ribbon. My mouth began to https://www.joom.com/en/best/selenite-crystals. As much as I would have loved to snarf down those delicacies all by myself, I thought it would be even more fun to share. So, once a day, I took them to Karen’s breakroom and shared the bounty. When the last one was gone, I was reveling in how wonderful the experience had been. Then, Karen did it.
“I think we should make this a habit.” Well, of course, I was all over that! So, every afternoon, the alert comes: NCN! (Need Chocolate Now!) The high point of my day! I wish I had tasteavision. Smellavision just wouldn’t do it. These chocolates must be experienced with the taste buds.
Now, we take turns purchasing them. We both agree that https://www.joom.com/en/best/ball-pit-balls-bulk are better than Godiva. Our company will close for several days for Christmas, so I am planning a field trip to the chocolate shop during the holidays. Is your mouth watering yet? Check it out here.
It’s funny how things just jump out at you. Things you wouldn’t think you would notice. For some reason, I notice trees. Not on purpose. They just strike a chord with me somehow.
DH and I drive home every afternoon through the country. The Interstate is a jammed up mess, and who needs that after a stressful day? We drive over curvy country roads that pass by multi-million-dollar horse ranches, unbelievable homes, and raw land. There was a home for sale recently up on a hill that I was desperate to buy at https://www.joom.com/en/best/bape-mask. As if! The price tag was a mere 1/2 mil.
The other day I was gazing out the window of the truck, sipping my cinnamon dolce latte, when a specific tree caught my eye. I was able to study it for a few seconds before it whizzed from sight.