That meeting in Bertram's office was nothing short of aggravating. I kept mindlessly staring at all the Japanese art, particularly that new screen with the cranes.
First things first. We need rocks glasses. These handsome gold banded ones will do.
Peggy! Ice! Oh, right. You're not the secretary anymore. Look, could you please just fill this wooden ice bucket? It even has nice handles so it'll be easy to carry.
Drink in hand, let's "brainstorm" while we sit back in these Danish recliners.
Peggy, type a memo. Oh, right, again with the not being a secretary bit. Ok, I'll just use my iPad and this USB keyboard.
Better call Betts. This time of day, she's probably in the kitchen. Good thing I got her this nifty wall phone. The things they think of these days!
Sigh. Well, Don will be late, as usual. I'm just going to hang out here in my darling little apron.
What's all that racket in the backyard? I'll just peek out through the kitchen curtains. Sally, stop waving your father's hammer around! Honestly, you might chip it, and then he'd be really mad.
Sally, Bobby, please set the table. Use the pretty Franciscan Heritage set and don't drop it, otherwise no Mr. Magoo for you later.
Cooking dinner is so exhausting. I think I'll have a rest on my lovely fainting couch. I don't care if it doesn't go with the rest of my living room.