How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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My boss wants to run a class the week of the 14th in NewHaven Conneticut. They want me to teach it.

I don't want to go to Newhaven for three days during the school year, since Cate can't travel then, and that'd mean I'd be kinda bored and pissy all week.

So I tell my boss that I can't, because on the 14th, I'm involved in a service in honor of Brigit.

As soon as I send the email, I realize that most gods don't like it if you say you're going to worship then and then don't.

So, on the 14th I'm going to be running a service in honor of Brigit, proably an informal service in Prospect. If you want to attend, let me know, and if you know anything about Brigit, like what you do to worship her, that'd be cool to know.

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