By Michele Stilwell, Director of Marketing and Accounting at MEDiAHEAD.
We recently had the weirdest week ever. I’m not really sure if the cause was the weather change or what, but thought you might like to hear about it.
The Stolen Truck
Weird and crazy started in the morning with a truck being stolen from the business next door. In plain site during the day. Just, BAM!
We have quite a few security cameras on our building. And the neighboring business knew this so they came over to see if our video captured the truck getting stolen. And yes, in fact we did have video documenting the crime, which was helpful for the police.
The Door-To-Door Cosmetics Salespeople
On two different occasions this same week, we had women come to our front door trying to sell us cosmetics. We’re thinking it must be a racket… Two different women at two different times? Kind of weird. (People do come in our door randomly…)
The Homeless Guy Who Wanted Business Cards
A homeless man who lives in his car came into our office. He was awesome… incredibly positive. He wasn’t letting his situation keep him down. He wanted to have some business cards printed! He wanted to be different… and he wanted a way to let people know that he collects items that are different from all the rest.
He met with Michael Johnson who helped him with the design of his cards. He wanted a squirrel on the card, especially the feet. In other words, he wanted to make sure the printing bleed marks didn’t cut into the image. “The paws are so cute!” he said.
He had his spirit dog with him at all times. He lost his dog several years back, but the spirit of his dog is always with him. I loved this about him; he actually introduced me to his spirit dog and told me his dog is what keeps him happy and uplifted.
I think sometimes we get so wrapped up in life we forget to sit back take a good look at ourselves and think about how lucky we really are to have all the greatness around us.
Whether it’s a great relationship, great kids, great friends, a great job, a superb family, a house full of pets, or just a simple spirit dog that keeps you going.
To pay for his business cards, he wanted to trade us some 80’s CDs. We suggested he should get some money for the CDs… and donated his cards to him. And we wished him well.
You never know what’s going to happen in downtown Kansas City… and it was a weird week for sure!