Sunday, December 03, 2017

From booze to writing

On Friday, my team completed our documentation work for a major release. We were unwinding by chatting.

Our chat led to going on the LCBO site to look at alcohol. Earlier in the week, I had made the suggestion to go out to a bar, and celebrate by having a drink and some appetizers. They were good with it.

I had the site on my laptop and was sharing it on a huge TV that we had in this meeting room.

Our manager knocked on the door before entering. I quickly changed screens and threw up our editing tool.

He came in to talk. I have a feeling that he came in simply because he had no one to chat. Moments later, he left.

All of us had a good laugh. One of the writers was impressed that I had switched screens so quickly. It wouldn't have looked that great to have various bottles of booze displayed!


  1. LOL one must always have a "safe" tab open to quickly switch to exactly for such moments!

    1. It's funny, but I had multiple tabs open in the same browser that had the booze site. I didn't think of switching over to a different tab!

  2. Way to go, are one smart and fast cookie. As Fondles said, you should always have a 'safe' page open to tab over to quickly. Congrats on completing your documentation.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

    1. Thanks, Cat. I didn't think of switching to another tab that was there (see the response to Fondles), but at least I had something else to switch over to in time. =)