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Speechless.....

EMail from Andrea about last nights meeting with Glenn:


Well, Glenn made me an offer I can't refuse and I start back the week after next
!!!!
Went out for a chinese in the end and after lots of discussion about
how he will still be in business for years to come, what plans he has, and that
he isn't going to do a runner with all his money, I agreed to come
back........ON MY TERMS AND CONDITIONS LOL
Think Clive and Glenn had been
cooking it up between them cos they had both been talking last weekend
seemingly.
So, no hidden agenda's, Just wanted someone to run the office in
his absence.
Reckons things are on the up !
Got to rush cos taking Adam
out.
Speak to you soon.
Andrea
( I am in MM on Tuesday)


The words "stunned", "shocked" and (if I'm honest) "horrified" come to mind!

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad we aren't all sacked (sort of glad anyway), but I thought Andrea was happy in her new job. I know she's said the people she worked with weren't much of a laugh, but it wasn't that long ago that she couldn't stand the thought of going to MM for even a couple of hours!

I really hope she's not going to regret this! I can't imagin what amount of money he must have offered to bring her back. Maybe he's sacked Lynn instead, hee hee!

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