Sometimes when I'm having a low blood sugar at work, and I don't want to have another toddler-size juice box, I will walk up and down the halls of my office raiding the public candy bowls. It gives me a chance to catch up with my coworkers (read: socialize) while satisfying my hypoglycemia. I've never told my coworkers that I'm having a low blood sugar when I'm raiding their stash, but some of them know I'm diabetic. So occasionally I will get a glance from them as I grab 3 mini-Snickers and a nod, like they understand.
But when the candy bowls start to get low (like on Fridays), I admit I start to get a little nervous. I rely on these candy bowls too much for treating my lows. Even if I have plenty of juice, I still like to know that I have some back up just in case. But then I get a branch-wide email with subject title: "Candy Bowls are Refilled!", and all is well.
|"Can you fax this for me and give me 15 grams of fast-acting carbs?"|
Also, I love The Office! Happy Friday!