The most important beverage of the day for a Manager is coffee. You’re going to need something with caffeine, at least. Never was a big coffee drinker, until I hired the second employee, and until the CEO went to work with the Kitchen Staff to develop a top-secret formula for ridiculously fantastic iced coffee. Now, I drink it every day, first thing after clocking in to the Day Shift.

This morning, I had my usual glass. I switch up, alternating between 6, 8, and 12 oz., and today I chose 6 oz. But I’m thinking 6 oz. need to be ruled out entirely, from now on. Because if I had a larger cup, I might have more on my toes to prevent this:


And also, I really need to be on my toes to address this:




Employee mobility!

It’s not for the un-caffeinated, nor the faint of heart.   

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  1. Megan says:

    Oh, dear. I think I may rule out the 6 and 8 oz. both!

    K.Lo and N.Lo are no doubt having lots of fun, at your less than caffeinated expense, of course.

  1. i'm not sure i'm a fan of caffeine addiction but klo looks beautiful down there in all that paint and she matches her shirt. awesomeness.

  1. Andria says:

    Woo-hoo! Go N.Lo. Go! And what a fantastic photo series to capture it.

    I see that the markers are ALL over her and the paper. . but did they get onto the actual wood floors? It's hard to tell.

    Bumping up the ounces sounds like a smart managerial move.

  1. Kurt says:

    6 ounces! That could almost be called incompetence.

  1. penelope says:

    Paint did get on the floor (another sign of incompetence, clearly), but luckily it's washable. And the "wood" flooring in the kitchen is veneer.