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

From my boss.

Remy & Minna,

Again, congratulations on your upcoming marriage. As someone who had 20 years of experience in this field, I’m so very happy for you. Our gift ([my Wife], [the Manager], I and on behalf of [Work]) would like to give you $500 each (typically used toward flowers or wedding activities) for a total of $1,000 to be added to your pay in April of 2006.

Love, live and laugh – create the memories which you will cherish forever.

Editted for anonymity. Minna and I have tentatively set a date for 5/6/06. In order to maintain our sanity, we both are interested in doing a very small wedding- which means bunches of you won't be invited. At least to the weddingparty- but the Reception, or, more likely, the Post-Reception (after the parents have left) will probably be fairly large.

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