Honeymoon’s Almost Over

Ned, the big regional VP, came in yesterday to pick up his mail, and he said it looks like we’ll be ramping up next week – that is, we’ve either just signed or are very nearly signing a contract, and it’s time to pack up the office with employees again and get busy.

Yellow departed the office yesterday as well, as the project he’s been hired to manage has now been closed out. He said he’ll be back December 1st for the next project, after our ramp-up, so I’ve only got another couple weeks left of Instaquariam and desert writing.

It occured to me yesterday that I’m really going to miss Yellow. Who’s going to wander around singing “Ice Ice Baby” and call me a granola-munching hippie?

It is quite sad. I shall miss him and his dorky comments.

There are more RFPs coming our way, one of which looks like fun, as it’ll mean we get to work with everybody at the other companies I’ve worked with over this last year, and I’ve grown quite affectionate of them.

In the mean time, here’s to my last couple weeks of free money.

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