February 19, 2010

Thank You letters

Dear Hubby;

Thank you so very much for sharing your cold with me.  On the first decent weekend we will have in eons!  I will cherish it.  The sniffling, the sneezing, the aching - you are far too generous to me.

Much Love,


Dear Big Baby Man (@ work):

Thank you for pouting and being a general baby today.  It caused me much amusement.  I particularly enjoy that I've learned you are trying to discredit me (and my boss - whom you seem to have declared your mortal enemy for some reason; I can only assume it's because she's smarter and much more grown up than you).  What gives me even more pleasure?  That you were chastised for your behavior.  Although, I know what you were up to today - cause you are transparent like that.  I've got my eye on you, my friend.

Very truly yours,


Dear Procrastinators (again, at work):

Thank you so much for delaying your duties so that I had to stay late last night.  There is nothing I enjoy more than sitting around at work, after hours, twiddling my thumbs just waiting to complete a project.  This is the stuff I dream about when I come to work every morning.  You made my day!

Very truly yours,


Dear Morons Who Don't Know How a Three Way Stop Intersection Works:

All I can say is thank you for bringing so much excitement into my life.  What other amusement can I expect on an almost daily basis than watching you almost slam into oncoming traffic that has the right of way?  And the best part?  Watching you get all righteously indignant while beeping your horn.  You crack me up - until you almost hit my car.



  1. Good for you, I could do with writing a few of those!
    Hope your cold doesn't spoil your weekend too much- snow on it's way here again! Just in time for the children going back to school on Monday! ;0S xx

  2. ..and

    Dear Gigi,
    Do you always seem sexy when you're frustrated?

    Very truly yours,

  3. Haha. I love your blog Gigi. :)

  4. Boy am I glad I don't work in your office - they sound a right bunch of tossers!

  5. Ouch. Sounds like crappy co-workers, crappy drivers and a crappy cold.

    I hope you're feeling better now.
    The co-workers, though....yikes...


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