“Every time you cancel a meeting, an angel gets their wings.”
I don’t mind conference calls as much as meetings.
I have to give credit to my boss for keeping most meetings short and to the point. Many years ago, he introduced a rule that says” “you can’t speak about a topic at a staff meeting that you’ve spoken about before, unless there have been significant changes.”
Without a rule like that, some people will drone on until you’re in danger of drifting off or until you start trying to play Trivia Crack, under the table with the sound off.
As you can guess from the gallery, when I get really bored at meetings, or during breaks, I like to take some pictures.
The woman next to me spilled her wine.
This meeting was being held in Union Station in Dallas. Lots of things to distract me.
I’m not usually at a “reserved” table.
Before and after, sometimes during sessions, there’s always something to photograph.
After some of thee meetings, adult beverages are served.
This is a committee meeting in the high school library. Huh?
I take this guy to some meetings.
This was during dinner when I was involved with a Photo365 challenge. I had to get a pic.
Breakfast meetings can be interesting. No Aspartame, yay!
Let’s go while we’re young. Still not starting.
Sometimes, meetings take place in bars.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s One-Liner Wednesday series.