My "Please do not disturb" sign, which is printed on lavender cardstock, has been up on my office door frequently due to the frantic writing of one 64-page departure/handover memo and one 16-page departure-handover memo. (Both COMPLETED! Wootwoot...)
I've been using the same PDND signs, albeit sparingly, since the door was installed about a year and a half ago.
So now, in my last week, the E.D. discreetly tells my department director that the font on my signs seem harsh (they're something generic and sans serif), and that it would be great if I used a kinder, gentler font to convey my busy schedule.
It's so tragic, and yet hilarious....
I had to reprint them in something called "French Script." I couldn't find any more lavender cardstock (to go with the "French" of the font, stereotypes of non-aggression, and those happy fields in Provence...) , so they're on pumpkin-colored paper. Happiness and gaiety everywhere now!