Okay, there's an element of this which is quite endearing, but the whole photo shoot thing - potentially a little over the top? The photo shoot consists of an array of 'scenes', all typically associated with one of those dead trendy engagement announcements that 'edgy' people do, and, at a push, baby news. This woman actually puts my actions towards my own engagement to shame. I'm appalled that I don't have a mug that says "officially off the market". I didn't even get a cake, unlike this ecstatically happy job-seeker turned new employee! I was never going to buy myself a cake. That would be weird, but someone else could have!
Perhaps I'm not sentimental enough for this kind of behaviour?
I've read and seen a lot of things relating to job-seekers, candidates, interviews and job offers, but this is PASSION. Initially I thought she'd named it too (#readthatbitbymistake soz), although she may well have done so and if she has, good on her. It took me at least 2 weeks to name my cat and I love him dearly, so this woman is basically beating me at everything in life right now.
There is nothing more I can say on this (actually there's LOADS) without you clicking onto and viewing the article for yourself:
Abraham, her framed job offer, a few of her friends and photographer Liji Mathew went down by the water to celebrate the good news. While many people take these kinds of pictures for engagements or pregnancy announcements, Abraham wrote in her album description "#notjustforbabiesmarriagesandbirthdays." After all, every positive major life change, especially in your career, should be celebrated with such grandeur as a wedding. Abraham poked fun at all the cliché wedding photo ops such as sitting together on a sandy beach, sipping from a cutesy mug that announces she's "off the (job) market" and gazing lovingly at her beloved on a picnic blanket.