After our bike ride this morning, Dr. B asked if I wanted to go to work with him. At first I
was like “uh, why?” but, then I figured it would be a great experience to see him in action. Granted, it is the day before Thanksgiving, so the office will probably look like a ghost town, but I figure I would go anyway. I’m still working on my paper for class, but the great thing is, the subject of my paper is Dr. B’s company. The organization delivers software and hardware solutions to the pertroleum giants such as Shell and Exxon (which can be very interesting at times).
I have been to his job before, but it was to drop something off, or on the weekend when he had to stop by and pick something up; so being there during work hours will be a different experience for me. In addition, I know a many of the people that work there, as I usually go with Dr. B to client dinners, and social events. As we walk around and greet everyone Dr. B keeps saying, “it’s bring your wife to work day!” He is all excited, it’s too cute (I think he just likes having me around) 🙂 He says we should make this a tradition, every year I go to work with him the day before Thanksgiving. Sounds cool to me, this should be fun!
What are your plans, the day before Turkey Day? Are you cooking, working, or shopping…as for me? I’ll be “working” with my husband!
- Joel Schwartzberg: Thanks and Misgivings: First Turkey Day as a Divorced Dad (huffingtonpost.com)
- Thanksgiving Trivia: ULTIMATE Quiz For Turkey Day 2010 (huffingtonpost.com)
- Thanksgiving, Aging Parents and Your Happiness Quotient (blogs.forbes.com)