Saturday, November 03, 2007

Busy



I'm busy. Back tomorrow.

18 comments:

Tom & Icy said...

Me, too. Gotta go chase the cat.
--Icy

Quilldancer said...

You'll want to hurry back. OC poked a bit of fun at you over at his place.

Doug said...

There's a dust in your house?

ariel said...

I can see I am not alone with that problem at work.

kenju said...

The guy that drew that cartoon must know mr. kenju!

edina monsoon said...

I like the cartoon:) I have flyaway hair which is difficult to control so most days I look harrass. The major plus point is..most people assume I am an incredibly busy person at work. Good!

Peter said...

See you tomorrow

Rachel said...

I never liked anyone looking over my shoulder unless I was showing them something!

OldHorsetailSnake said...

Me too. See you tomorrow.

puppytoes said...

i can relate. BOY can i relate. ; ) xox neva

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL...I Like That TLP, a lot!

MyUtopia said...

teehee, that is cute.

actonbell said...

We'll be waiting.

Bela said...

Glad I don't have anyone looking over my shoulder.

Come back soon. :-)

Lily Strange said...

The person looking over the shoulder has very Pat-like qualities. Are they male or female?
While nothing beats the old Saturday Night Live with the likes of John Belushi, Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner, I always thought Pat was pretty funny. I actually worked with a person like that. Her name was Mary, which gave her gender away, but otherwise it would have been very difficult to tell.

PI said...

Lily what do you mean by Pat-like qualities? Just askin'!
Pat

tsduff said...

My boss doesn't just stand behind me... he stands in front of me and on the side of me as well. Not easy to do ANYTHING with that happening!

Cheesemeister said...

Pat was an androgynous character on Saturday Night Live. Pat's co-workers couldn't tell if Pat was male or female because not only was Pat androgynous-looking they had a name that could be either male or female. It was pretty amusing. It's nothing against the Pats of this world. He or she was actually a likeable character.