Sri Subramanian

@whoissri : High Tech Leader at work, Follower of Kids at home, Hoping to make this world a better place in small ways

A light moment

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This week has been super crazy, and so I thought I would share this actual out of office response. It made me laugh (and also made me glad to see someone able to completely unplug).

Dear Sender,

I’m currently undergoing my regular autumn depression prevention program:

When the world becomes dun, I need a lot of sun, not really a run as well as no gun, when hungry a bun, grinning at a nun, avoiding a hun, but having a beer from a steel tun while playing a xun. Doesn’t this pun sound like fun?

Usually this cannot always be achieved in the office. Therefore I was forced to leave work and get out into the world to enjoy myself. Using my remaining vacation days for 2012 I’m out of the office and not reachable through phone or mail. I will be back on November 22nd, 2012.

In urgent cases please contact <name/email deleted> for Service Provider topics or general escalation and please contact <name/email deleted> for Enterprise topics.

Kind regards

<name deleted>

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Author: Sri Subramanian (@whosissri)

Sri is a technologist with a point of view, hoping to make this world a better place in small ways. She lives at the intersection of business, technology, and people. Sri is currently Founder of Volv.me Sri is also responsible for bringing two wonderful girls into this world, and - with ample help from her husband, and family and friends - successfully inserting many non-fun moments (such as brushing teeth) into their lives.

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