And so, another working week will soon draw to a close. Not a moment too soon, yes? This has been, after all, quite a week. And we will take advantage of this moment to daydream about weekend plans. Not surprisingly, the agenda is modest. We plan to take a few naps, watch the telly, and teach our new official mascot a few tricks, such as taking in the mail and brewing cups of stimulation.

Ed and Bailey
Introducing Bailey, a new mascot on the Pharmalot campus. Courtesy Sara Silverman

On that note, please meet Bailey. And what about you? This is a good time to tidy up around the castle. You could catch up on your reading. Or reach out to someone who could use a warm greeting. Well, whatever you do, chin up. Be safe, be healthy and see you soon…

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