Home Withdrawal Antidote

As you might expect, working 40 hours this week kept me busier than working on random projects from home for the past few months.  Not that I wasn’t busy, and not that I didn’t work.  (Like those double negatives?)  I just had a bunch of flexible time and very very happy feet.  My feet didn’t know how good they had it until they had to wear normal shoes again this week.  Drat.  But I’ll get to that some other time.

Long ramble short, I had a lot of quality time with Scott and Peanut (our dog) for the past several months.  And I had less quality time with them this week.  It was a good week, and I definitely like my new job.  It’s just that every life change requires some adjustment.  Right?  Right.

I found one big happy reminder of home at work this week, and it got me through little moments of home withdrawal.  Who knew that pictures on a cell phone could be so helpful?  I hope you enjoy the cute as much as I do:






Did you see that adorable face settling into the crook of Scott’s neck?  Did you?!

What about the eyes closing over the course of about 20 seconds?  You might assume that it took a few minutes or longer to get all of those pictures, but it was 20 seconds.  Maybe 18.5.  It’s enough to melt my heart every single time I look at those pictures.  Sigh.

These two pictures came in a close second of awesomeness:p7


Cute.  (And I love them.)

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Deborah says:

    Neck to neck and paw to paw–I wish I were sleeping on your couch with Peanut right now!

    1. Lucky for you, you can nap on our couch with Peanut any time you visit. He’s available for naps about 22 hours a day.

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