Friday, November 2, 2012

Work Email

[my highlighting]

----- Original Message -----
From: [The Prankster]
To: [the entire staff]
Sent: Thursday, November 1, 2012 12:48:39 PM
Subject: reading lists [...]

Hi everyone,

[Miss W] and I have decided to make up some reading lists [for kids]

D. is working on a historical fiction list for me right now that should be ready pretty soon. What other types of books do we often get asked for? I can think of the following:

Realistic Fiction
Science Fiction [...]


From: [Maniac]
To: [The Prankster]
Cc: [the entire staff]
Sent: Friday, November 2, 2012 9:34:27 AM
Subject: Re: reading lists for grade schoolers

Same in Spanish. And please add Historical fiction to the list.



5 thing(s) to say:

amy said...

Reading what other people have written is so tedious. I greatly prefer just telling them what I want.

Cat. said...

So I read this comment (in email) while still half asleep yesterday morning and could NOT figure out what the FREAK you were talking about. It confused me for nearly 5 minutes. ;-)

amy said...

Hahaha, I think that's fair since I wind myself in knots trying to set faces to nicknames with stuff like this. As if it matters, really!

Hee hee. That's kinda awesome.

Cat. said...

Well, there is a Page o' Coworkers link up top, but in creating this post I realized I need to update it SUBSTANTIALLY! And yeah...Maniac would be the woman-who-nearly-shares-a-name-with-a-colleague-of-yours.

amy said...

That part - the Maniac - I caught on the first try. She's generally rather easy to pick out in a crowd. ;)

I should probably create a guide-to, too. Hmm.

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