Office-geddon, Day 1:
Day one was the biggest surprise, seeing as how I was informed about my office being destroyed while I was stuck in a two hour meeting so there was pretty much nothing I could do to prevent damage to my personal effects. Also, I was told it'd be okay, that they would "work around me" and I would be able to stay where I was with minimal interference in my work. Here's what I came back to:
I just knew it was going to get worse. I was told today that I was "over reacting" and that once the power was returned to my office that I would be able to work there again with no problems. I was also told that I needed to quit whining and that "it's really not that bad". Uh huh. I think I work with a bunch of lunatics if this "isn't really that bad". Oh, and do you see all of those little floaties? I need a respirator just from taking these pictures.
|Yeah, have a good laugh now. I'm so glad you find this funny.|
|Back in the day things were made to last. At least my office put up a good fight.|
|That echo of a wall used to divide my office from my sanctuary|
|This is all that's left of my office. Well, this and all the stuff in the dumpster already.|
|John's desk. Looks like it hasn't been used in 10 years. Thanks for covering up our stuff and protecting it, guys.|
I'm just gonna keep on not "over reacting" while borrowing people's stuff and looking for new jobs.