Friday, September 19, 2008

The highlight of the IRI retreat

Yesterday was our first organization-wide long-range planning happy-feely work retreat in 4 years. It actually turned out to be a pretty fun chance to bond with my co-workers, meet people down the hall that I always see but have never talked to, and build up excitement in a nerdy, saving the world sort of way.

Here was the highlight, sung by my co-worker and friend Judy to the tune of 'Summertime' by Gershwin:

It's CRM baby @ the IRI

Climate's Changin'
And the weather is tricky
Ice caps meltin'
And the temperature's high

It's feast not famine
For the folks in Malawi
If the rains are late
Still the children won't cry

You've got your payout
There's a'nothin' can harm you
Weather index insurance standing by

Don't waste no water
In greater metro Manila
Now you've shared the rains
With the peasants nearby

With your new contracts
There's a'nothin' can harm you
Probabilities shifting: forty for dry

It's CRM Baby
@ the IRI

1 comment:

Janet said...

So...this is why we haven't been able to talk to you...
glad you had a great weekend..
call home you!