A new department means new coworkers, and I have been twice blessed at Northwestern to be given such wonderful people to work alongside. This new job brings new challenges and adventures and I have fully embraced it all. One thing I have done before, as you may have noticed on the sister post to this one, that I enjoy JibJab and, sometimes unfortunate to my coworkers, I enjoy adding my work-friend for a little shared fun and embarrassment, but the good kind hopefully. With that said, this year I have created two videos with my current set of coworkers. Please note, coworkers, that I used what I had available, some of you are difficult to find online. I guess this might be one reason hahaha. So I managed to use people I could easily find good headshot pictures. Please do not feel left out, if you really want me to make one with you in it, please send me a good head photo so I can add it to my collection. I promise to make one of you.
Happy Halloween everyone! Please practice safe Halloweening.
October 31st not only represents Halloween to me. It was my first day at work at Northwestern University eight wonderful years ago. Since then, I got to work with a great bunch of coworkers at NUBIC (Bioinformatics Core back then). Now, I work with another set of great coworkers at Northwestern University’s Library in Evanston. But this status isn’t about them, I will post something on them also.
I had the opportunity to meet and work with some great people and since my departure, a year ago, a bunch of them have also moved on. The Edgar-centric in me would consider, without me, it just wasn’t the same. Of course I kid, I mean I may have been missed, but I only act like I’m full of myself. And with that in mind, I’d like to follow my tradition one final time and include a JibJab of myself and some of my coworkers in celebration of Halloween. If you aren’t in this, it is simply because there weren’t enough characters or I did not readily have your headshot. Also, these players I have used in prior years. Y’all thought you were safe weren’t you?
Happy Halloween everyone!