Halloweens gone and they’ve put the cauldron away in the office for another year…Bonfire Night has passed and I can come off the tranquilisers now that all the loud bangs are over.
We’re getting very excited about the next big event in our office…Social Enterprise Day on Thursday 21st November. We’ve got so much going on here that week…our new website launches on Monday 18th and then on Thursday 21st, Louise is launching her free learning and development services for the year ahead. You have to book early to get a place so keep an eye on our website, our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and our Linked In page!
So how is your week going? This week’s been so busy for me so far. There has been a lot of paper to be shredded, sandwiches to supervise and security checks to be made along with the many other office dog duties I have undertaken.
Here’s a picture of me doing what I do best, shredding!
Recently I’ve been assisting with the handling of the recycling in the office. We’re introducing an Environmental policy and I want to make sure my contribution is recognised. My next project will be to introduce general patrols of the office at lunch time to inspect for crumbs on the floor. We wouldn’t want an untidy office, of course.
I sleep well at night from all of this hard work during the working day, oh and often I take a sneaky couple of naps during the day but it’s nothing I don’t deserve. As you can see, a dog’s work is never done.
My favourite day of the week has to be Friday. Firstly its Cake Friday in our office. Secondly I look forward to my weekend ahead – I especially like to go down south to visit my Grandpa and have a lovely morning run along the beach…bliss! What are you up to this weekend?
One last thing… it’s November and with that it brings the month of Movember! The idea is that men grow a moustache for the month of November to raise money and the awareness of men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and testicular cancer. I’m definitely getting involved with this, it’s for such a great cause and means a little less grooming for me for the month, leaves me so much more time to carry out my office dog duties. It’s exciting to see how many people get involved with this brilliant cause and see how much is raised.