Why did you do that?
To answer that valid question, I have to take you back in time a few years to one of my first experiences as a Supervisor at Progressive Insurance. I could write forever about how cool I think the company I work for is, but that will just come out in bits and pieces throughout my blog posts. There was a job fair that was going to be held at UCCS (University of Colorado at Colorado Springs) and the recruiting department wanted to have Progressive employees run a booth there. Through process of discussion it came up that myself and one other Supervisor (Brian Kimberling) had in fact graduated from UCCS. So we're the "perfect" candidates to represent Progressive, right?! The jury is still out, but WE sure had fun!
I'll tell more of that story later but to "get to the point" (not my strong suit) let me explain how this ties in with the picture. I drove us to UCCS for the "career" fair and after we were leaving Brian took his nametag sticker and stuck it on the ceiling of my car. He said "Now you'll always have something to remember me and this day by." And I left it there. Weeks went by and I was sitting in a Sonic drive-thru (getting my Route 44 sized Watermelon Slush after an afternoon of playing basketball). They handed me my drink and the receipt was taped to the lid with a Sonic Sticker.
So back to the question of "Why?" The answer is simple ... just because. Because I can. Because it's something I would do. Because it is silly. Because Brian started it. Because it gives me something to collect that doesn't really cost anything.
And my personal favorite:
... all parents say it with me now ...
Because I said so, that's why! :)