So let me paint you a picture. I work in a corporate office as the receptionist. The president and all the high up people in the company work in this office and last week they happened to have a very important meeting with some very important people. We're talkin they had custom welcome signs, changed all the flat screens in the main lobby to say welcome for this meeting, they ordered in Einstein bagels, paradise bakery, bosa donuts. This meeting was serious business. and seriously delicious haha (lame jokes are so in right now, right?)
Anyways, the place I work also happens to have a gym! So obviously that was one of the big things I was excited about getting to use.
Last week I was going to go to the gym and get my run on before I had to start work. I decided to go in through the side gate of the building so I wouldn't run into anyone in my really professional looking gym clothes. When I closed the gate, I look to my right and saw into the conference room (ps, 95% of the building is made up of windows) Oh and that huge meeting was taking place in that conference room. And all those suits and ties got to watch me walk by in my spandex & tank top. yay. Luckily the opaque blinds were half way down so I was hoping maybe they would just see these random legs walking by an suspect it was a lost child...or something? (because that would make matters better...)
I went on my run with the paranoia of wondering if the president would get mad or just fire me on the spot or something insane like that. Cause that's what I do, make up the worst situations and convince myself that they're going to happen. guess what, I still have my job! haha
Later that day after the meeting was over and I was officially on da clock, some of the guys let me know they were glad to see the facilities being used (phew) and that they just so happened to do a building tour with all the important people and such when I was on my run. And yes, the gym door is glass and the treadmills are right in perfect view from the doorway. So yeah. embarrassing. and luckily using the facilities during important meetings wasn't as unprofessional looking as I thought.