I won’t tell you my co-workers names. I could, it probably wouldn’t matter, but in this case I’ll use their Winnie the Pooh names. I’m thankful for them because they’re my comrades, we’ve been through the thick and thin and kept moving forward. I’m going to refer to all of them by their 100 Acre Wood genders to keep them anonymous(-ish).
I’m thankful for Eeyore. He’s a great, patient, plodding along character, even if he does have a rain cloud above him. He’s insightful, he’s dedicated, and he’s patient.
I’m thankful for Rabbit. Rabbit is studious, but he sure hates it when you mess with his stuff. He’s got a plan and you’re ruining it. But in the end he contributes a whole heap of goodness.
I’m thankful for piglet. Piglet plods along, unsure of himself, but definitely making progress. Piglet is definitely a loyal friend.
I’m also thankful for Roo. Roo is definitely fun. I like fun.
I’m probably Tigger. I could be wrong about that, but I tend to get super excited and want everyone to do what I’m doing. Let’s all go bouncing! Let’s play this game! Let’s use this project management system!
Christopher Robin is actually a combination of people at the office, but that’s good. I’ve found there are very few real one-person Christopher Robins.
I’m thankful for the full cast and crew. I even pray for them, whether they like it or not. Because that’s what Tiggers apparently do.