RE: Do I have a right to feel POed?

Subject: RE: Do I have a right to feel POed?
From: "Lorraine Kiewiet" <Lorraine -dot- Kiewiet -at- mullinconsulting -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 09:09:01 -0700

Well, Karen, all I can say is, "they're men, right?" We have to help them to overcome their lack of attention to detail (the detail being that documentation is part of a software release). We women can somehow handle the tremendous hormone changes of pregnancy without forgetting how to do our jobs. That's how the good Lord made us. Just feel sorry for them.

I'm from the old "attract more flies with sugar than vinegar" school, so I take that negative energy elsewhere, and let my hubby or son know that I'm PO'd at work. Or vent on this list, like about my seating arrangement!

;-) Good luck. R U coming back to all that fun after your baby is born?

Lorraine Kiewiet
Senior Technical Writer
(213) 488-8728
lorraine -dot- kiewiet -at- mullinconsulting -dot- com

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