Take my parking spot? Our whole department will block you in.

I work in the IT department of a small school district. Parking is somewhat tight for us as we have five people and only five spots that are reserved for our building. On Monday when I pulled up for work I noticed that there was a car parked in the senior director’s space, so he took the next best spot and so on and so forth until I was forced to park in another lot. Initially, nobody was upset as the spots aren’t marked as reserved (They are in their own lot directly outside of our building), so we left a post it note under their wiper saying, “Hi, the spaces in this lot are reserved for Technology staff only. Please park in the visitor spaces Tuesday. Thanks!” And we left it at that.

Tuesday rolls around and this person is parked in the same space again! We’re a little annoyed at this point but decide instead to leave another note that was slightly more aggressive. “Do NOT park in these spaces. They are reserved.” We made some jokes about towing them and blocking them in, but decided against it in the end.

Wednesday, this morning, I show up for work and of course this person is back in that same spot. As a department we decide that three strikes is enough and surround this person’s car with our own cars so they can’t maneuver away at all. It turns out that the person was a parent helping with a theater project and at three oclock she knocked on the door to the building. She declared that we were “very funny” and should move our cars. We normally stay until four oclock and told her that she could wait until then for us to move. She began to swear and yell at us but we just shut the door to our building and went back to work. Four oclock comes and we all clock out to leave. As i walk past her car she gave me the most delicious death stare that followed me all the way to my car. I guess we will just have to see if she parks there again tomorrow!


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(100) Days of Erin Gillbert - Chapter 1 - holtzghostgirl - Ghostbusters (2016) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

A Holtzbert (500) Days of Summer AU with a few extra twists. Hopefully should be complete in two parts. Please feel free to share your comments/thoughts either on AO3 or here, I love to hear them.

This is a story of girl meets girl.

The first girl, Jillian Holtzmann of Sea Cliff, New York, grew up believing that she’d never truly be happy until the day she found the one. This belief stemmed from early exposure to cheesy 80s pop music, and the constant mantra provided by her mother, that the very purpose of life itself is to love.

The second girl, Erin Gilbert of Canandaigua, New York, did not share this belief. Since the disintegration of her parent’s marriage she had only loved two things. The first was the field of physics. The second was how easily she could become absorbed in it, and ignore the way that life seemed so fond of repeatedly kicking her in the guts.

This is a story of girl meets girl.

But before they do. You should know up front, this is not your average love story.