…so it stands to reason that good walls would make good coworkers…or at least happier coworkers.
Though my alias in the blogosphere is Employee No. 3699 and I describe myself as a cubicle dwelling, paper pushing, slave worker in an office; I don’t feel comfortable posting much about work. Believe me, I’d have a lot more fodder if I included the work part of my life but I need my job and it’s just not worth getting dooced.
That being said I’m going to climb slightly out on the proverbial limb to share a recent development at my place of employment…the addition of a wall, and a magnificent wall it is. I won’t go into the numerous reasons why a wall was needed to separate myself from my coworker, but I will say that my periodic hints and complaining to the right person has finally paid off; what was once an open area for two people to share has now been made into two offices.
The construction of the wall begins.
And a doorway.
The wall is finished and a window is installed.
The door is put in.
Here’s the finished product.
Though I got turned down on the Ralph Lauren suede paint I wanted in my office, I think I still have a chance for mini blinds on the window. I mean really, the whole point of the wall was to SEPARATE us, so what’s with the window? I’m thinking of putting in a requisition for Eddie Z’s tomorrow.