The other day, my boss sent an email about Take Your Child to Work Day, which is tomorrow. Basically she told everyone in the building that they could bring their kids to the HR department and we would give them some treats.
"Oh no!" I shouted from my office (professional). "Does this mean there are gonna be kids all over the place on Thursday?"
Then, BOOM, my boss was at my doorway. I was all, "oh, actually I really like kids," and I wasn't even lying. Kids as a giant, faceless group, I am scared of, but kids on individual level are cool. Not babies, though. Like the real little ones? The ones that don't do anything but lie there and poop? Useless. And sometimes even old babies (you know, like two-year-olds) are annoying. Or they throw up in a restaurant while you're trying to enjoy your dinner. Anyway, where was I?
"I like kids, too," my boss said. "As long as they don't talk to me. Or touch me. Or spill anything." Ha! Awesome. And then, you guys, she told me that since I like kids so much, I "get" to be the one to pass out the treats tomorrow. I was like, "thanks?" Although, I wonder if this is an all day assignment because passing out treats to kids sounds way more exciting than what I normally do.
Also, we're having an ice cream social today at work. I don't know why and I'm not going to ask. You don't question free ice cream.