Happy Birthday, Randy!
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Pull out the plates and fork out the..well, the forks, I guess...because it's cake time at Java Post Production!
The occasion is the birthday of our own Randy Shumay.
Happy birthday, Randy.
You can eat cake and do those client changes at the same time, can't you?
Randy's birthday cake arrived in our boardroom with pyrotechnic dazzle. Trevor just stayed cautiously near the doorway, fearing the cake might be some kind of sugary explosive device.
We tried to get Randy to blow out the sparkler, but he's not falling for that trick. Not for a third time, anyway.
As is Java Post tradition, the birthday boy or girl must cut the birthday cake. This is one of the very view times we allow Randy to handle sharp objects. But the therapist says it's okay as long as he's well supervised.
This was delicious; home-made by our good friend and former colleague Primrose Sloan, who makes all of Java Post's birthday cakes and pies.
And here's the whole Java Post gang, sitting around our boardroom table and chowing down on yummy cake.
Left to right: Randy Shumay (the birthday boy), Maureen Bennett, Greg Huszar (our photographer/director neighbour from upstairs who has an uncanny knack of dropping by our office when it's cake time), Crystal Van Pelt, Tomás Ibar, Kevin Drysdale, Trevor Bennett (behind computer monitors), Joan Speirs, and Doug Russell. Not pictured: the boss, Jack Tunnicliffe (because he was taking the photos).