Not much to tell about Paris today. I worked from Geneva all day, meeting my new colleague for the first time. But… Let us forget about work for a while and discuss the fact that EasyJet have something they call Speedy Bording… Serious, why? It’s not speedy, give no extra value to the experience of flying and still, they charge extra for this “amazing” service.
My plan for this post was to be a bit funny and write about my experience in Geneva yesterday, and to be a bit ironic over “Le trône Patron” (picture) and the fact that not all have a view over Place de la Concorde.
I also planned to joke about the fact that you can’t see the Patron sitting there cause he is “so short” (My boss is kind of above 2 meter something – he also admit to reading my posts here so I hope I still have a job tomorrow), but then reality hit the fan this morning. Another Thursday with no communications what so ever. So, just “take a deep breath, a sip of Champagne and open up your eyes” (from “La cage aux folles” by Le Jeté, 1983) – and WALK!
Really, another strike day? Any demonstrations today so it will take 3 hours to get home? Stupid people…
So the mood to be fun, ironic and sarcastic about stuff kind of vanished on the way from home, step by step “fun” just slowly died.
But to demonstrate what an amazing boy I am: Today is the day when my open space colleagues get’s a piece of chocolate in the shape of a Swiss Army knife. I know, I am adorable!
Spending the day in Geneva today, so I am sorry to not match the visual with the text here. But at the same time I won’t have much to write about at this stage. Hopefully Geneve will continue with this fantastic weather. Actually really nice and NO SNOW, a demand from my side to keep me happy.
Fact: Visited Geneva a lot of times, but only for work and fly in and fly out the same day. And since the HQ located near the airport the view of Geneva up until last weekend been airport, bus, office and a shopping mall. So the talk about the beauty of Geneva kind of lost on me.
So, meeting on a Friday made it possible to stay in Geneva over the passed weekend so I will update you all more on the experience later on.