There ought to be a picture of Heller’s book, Catch 22, on the office wall as an (un)motivational poster. Herding cats was looking easy.
HR had volun-told him to organize the company Christmas party. It seemed easy, until…. The Alcoholics Anonymous group wanted a pay-bar, and free, non-alcoholic drinks, so that they didn’t stand out. The vegans wanted a menu with yams, not hams, and a table as far from “The Flaming Pit of Death” barbecue as possible. The Indigenous employees wanted a drumming circle….and on, and on, AND ON!
Dilbert wasn’t just a comic-strip character. He was a visionary.
Go to Rochelle’s Addicted to Purple site and use her Wednesday photo as a prompt to write a complete 100 word story.
So, there I was, surrounded by my adoring fans/all the daughter’s pets, when I thought that I should start another A To Z Challenge blog-post when I got home.
When I got there, I couldn’t see my way clear to actually compose anything, because…. Forget about the dog(s) eating my homework. The two little #*$@ darlings ate my glasses. Fortunately, I’ve got an old pair that would suffice, at least until the Optical Surgeon gouged one of my eyes out.
I finally decided to do a little research on words that begin with the letter V, and found
volition in its weakest form.
a mere wish, unaccompanied by an effort to obtain it.
Well, I’ve already lost the chance to claim it, because I’ve researched and downloaded it. At least the definition doesn’t say anything about procrastination or laziness. Throw in a couple of cheap and easy graphics, and that’s all I have to say about the letter V. If you don’t like it, tough luck.
I ordered a big shipment of motivation from Amazon, but it was delayed by the Christmas rush. It just arrived, so I’ll do much better in a couple of weeks, for the letter W. See you then. 😀