Thanks to all of you who've shared your Myers Briggs type here! And what's all this ISTJ/ISFJ business?? All you accountants and lawyers and engineers and rational folks out there... makes me feel like an airhead! Or maybe opposite attracts? :)
(BTW, hubby is an ISFP. So I guess my "opposite attracts" theory partially holds true).
To some degree of irony, as soon as we came back from our training meeting in Phoenix, we found ourselves subjects of another round of "re-organization" in our company (that's corporate code word for restructuring with possibilities of lay-off's).
Yup, I said the "L" word. And that's the second round in the past 10 months.
Well, with a palpable air of anxiety, we were relieved to learn on a Monday morning conference call with that the axe fell somewhere else in the company this time.
We're safe, whew! For now.
It almost make me feel a bit guilty to think that, realizing hundreds of hard-working people elsewhere in our company are being handed their pink slip. And I'm sitting here complaining about not having enough time to do more gocco'ing and worrying about stupid stuff like Cosmo-bots hijacking my blog...
Isn't that totally selfish and self-indulgent in these hard economic times? Do I need to give myself a big, fat slap?? (OK, I'm not really sure I'm ready for your answer...)
Hmm, things seems to be getting a bit heavy here. To lighten things up, here're some photos of Bryson and friends having a fun outing at nearby Redwood Regional Park (Bryson saves the day again, yay!)
Low dogs celebrating a successful walk (despite of a hairy situation involving one of them sliding off a 2-storey-"cliff"... No one got hurt, and said-canine pulled an amazing recovery climbing all the way back up by himself with cheers from his buddies. Disaster averted!)
Go to our Flickr album for more pix of the day!