We have done our Christmas photo for the Christmas newsletter for our clients and service providers this afternoon. We took one at the back of the building with all green leafy background. Another one was taken in front of one of the historic Council’s cottages, where our HR is located. When we were crossing the road to do the second photo scene, we came across the most embarrassing moment that we could every imagine. It’s Friday afternoon, and we get the peak hour traffic on Crawford Street.
To be honest, I have never seen so many cars passing by on this street within such a short time. 10 of us were waiting on the one side of the road, wearing our STANDING-OUT red and white Santa hats. People passing by in the cars yelled at us “Merry Christmas” or waved their hands, and at least two bus drivers horned loudly trying to greet….
You know what, 5 minutes later, the photos were sent through to our manager’s computer. We all heard her firstly screaming in her office, and then a big “oh my god!” We all got in with the expectation to see the end of the world, and started to look on her computer. Some people was looking down, some people was blinking; some one looked cranky, some one was trying to catch the fly (was me…he he). We agreed to do a secret vote to pick the “perfect” one where everybody is happy, smiling and pretty….
So, 7th November is today. It’s already getting scary as it’s getting close to the end of this year. How much good have you done so far?