Day 1478: Bosses, Babies, and Monsters

Yesterday, I went to see the monster hit  Hidden Figureswhich included bosses, babies, monsters, and so much more. Whether you’re a boss, a baby, or anybody else, I recommend you go see it. Also, boss other people into seeing it, because it’s such a monstrously boss movie.

While I was at the movie theater, I saw this sign with monsters …

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and I saw coming attractions for Boss Baby.

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That made me think about how awful it is when I’ve got a boss who acts like a baby or a monster.

Last week, I remarked to a friend at work that the new boss of the U.S. was acting like a baby.  She replied, “That’s unfair to babies.”

I don’t want to be bossy or to act like a baby or a monster, but could you please look at my other photos from yesterday and see if there are any bosses, babies, or monsters in them?  And then, could you PLEASE leave a comment for the boss of this blog?

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My boss at work won’t like it if I’m monstrously late today, so I need to end this blog post NOW.

But not before I send my best to you, this morning

 

Thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and to you — of course! — for being here, now.

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35 thoughts on “Day 1478: Bosses, Babies, and Monsters

  1. This post is the boss Ann! I’m remembering my favourite boss right now… ❤
    Diana xo

  2. koolaidmoms

    We saw the same preview and both of my teens looked at me and asked, “Somebody thought that movie was a good idea?”

  3. Bosses, Babies, and Monsters, yes Harley, and good food

  4. Jeepers! Once again my audio and video aren’t working so no videos for me. Anyone who’d leave a water fountain like that is a monster. I can’t help but think of all the poor thirsty people.

  5. I remember when I was a boss. No fun. Glad I’m retired and now only have one dog and one spouse to boss.

  6. Good job Boss!!

  7. Ah, my friend. I can understand your concern. But, let us not pre-judge. For quite often, what lies on the surface is not likekind in the depths. I would say it is fair to give the new U.S. boss a chance. The proof will surely be in the pudding.
    -Alan

  8. There’s something monstrous about The Monkees doing Rice Krispies commercials–and I mean that in the nicest way possible. Every monster is merely misunderstood. Well, maybe not every monster, but most.

  9. Ok I have never heard of the movie, does that surprise anyone, there are so many things I have not heard of, movies, books, people, just saying

  10. Am I a monster for pointing out the spelling mistake the cinema made ha?

  11. You are the Boss of Your Blog! They say capital letters carry weight. Upon reflection, I’m inclined to agree. The True Boss of Everything at Home, however, would be that innocent-looking feline that found a way to weasel into your end-of-post photos. Kind regards and calming thoughts for this most strange week of Bosses playing musical chairs. We are the Bosses of our own thoughts even in the midst of seeming chaos. Time for another Safety post?
    Blessings to you from me.
    Elouise

  12. 💕💜

  13. The Monkees!!!

    What flavour popcorn is in the Kellogg’s bowl?

  14. Pingback: Day 1479: Open Up | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  15. Agent Gibbs is such an unattainable boss

  16. I liked this a lot and was going to say my two grandsons loved Monster Trucks and I actually cried a couple years at the end when the beautiful creature was reunited with all the other ones. Strange but we liked it as well as the nicer, better made “Pete’s Dragon” whose dragon reunites with the other dragons and the boy has found a family in the park ranger and her family. This theme is comforting for children. “Like ET- – Home.” ❤

  17. Years = tears, oops! 🙂

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