On today’s “casual”
Not long ago I saw a story on the national news about people dressing too casually at work. Flip flips, etc. One “lady” in our office walks around barefoot, or in fluffy houseshoes. Takes naps on the couch in the women’s restroom (she has a pillow and blanket at her desk). When we had the final weigh-in for the weight loss contest, she practically disrobed. She did win.
Others don’t wear socks, even when it’s not casual Friday. On casual Friday you can pay to wear jeans and tennis shoes. The money goes to charity. I never do…not just because I’m cheap, but I don’t consider any of my jeans to be nice enough for work. Some wear their sneakers un-tied. The VP’s rarely wear jeans, and never sneakers. I eat lunch at my desk, though I shouldn’t.
This summer Will’s classmate Alyssa completed Basic Training, and entered
I’m discovering that Will wastes no time making decisions (like in baseball). He quit his job at the golf course. Had he kept it, he would’ve had hardly any time to study. Still don’t know if they couldn’t work with him, or let him work two days a week. David Norman does work the heavy schedule. This fall DJ’s yard business is counting on Will to be a major player, and I think that also pays well.