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Re: Housewarming party question
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2007, 06:02:32 PM »
We are only an office of three right now-the other employee wouldn't be invited, so I would be the only "work person" there.  And I will probably only bring bread and salt anyway.  She only mentioned it to me because she wanted my advice on it.  And we are friends too, so it's not as bad as it seems. 

Good point though, Blarg--I often wonder about how that kind of stuff should work. She takes me out to lunch a lot, and I am always wondering if I should buy her lunch sometime.  I am her assistant, so it would probably be weird if I did try to buy her lunch, but it also feels weird letting someone buy it for me all the time, and I never do anything in return.  I did buy her a piece of chicken today though.  :)

I wouldn't worry about it. She probably writes off the expense if you are lunching during the workday.