From:icon <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Mi Di-ah <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Rhya Terr
Jan. 23, 2015, 12:55 NST
Long time no see, Mi! Glad to hear that everything is going well with you.
As far as Avery's reason for departure... you know I'm not usually one to rail, especially on my employees, even ones who aren't actually under my jurisdiction anymore - that said, she just became too much for us to handle. She's an excellent writer, I don't mind telling you that she can be a better story weaver than I half the time, but it's getting her to stick to her content that really gave us trouble. Don't tell her I'm saying this, but she strayed too much from her beat, puffing up her stories until they're too much for any but the most gullible to swallow. You'll be lucky if you can get a day's work from her, but you'll be luckier if it's work you wanted.
Still, I wish her the best of luck, and you the best of luck for having to deal with her.
No doubt by now several of you are wondering why Lizica has left bulletproof vests in your offices, cubicles, and other workspaces. Just try to wear them to humor her for now, even though we're in one of the most populated parts of town it probably can't hurt.
Also, if any of you see Avery around town, please convince her to stop embezzling using the company credit card. Seriously, it's gotten past the point of funny and gone out the other end.
Though the road has been messy, it made this song; For nothing of value, nothing which lasts, nothing human, Is ever pure.