This post is a day early, because I’m taking tomorrow off.
From what, you say? Aren’t you furloughed from your job?
Yes, I am, but hubby finally got leave from his [non]-“essential” job, and will be home starting tomorrow. One less person I have to worry about, although I’m sure he’ll annoy the heck out of me. I’m not sure husbands and wives were really meant to be together 24/7, but probably better than the alternative during a COVID-19 pandemic.
At least, we’ll also no longer have to worry that he’ll bring the virus home from work to immunocompromised me, and believe me, that’s a good thing.
I suppose having another person in the house won’t be horrible. It’s been rather lonely here, since I can’t comfortably go out on photo shoots, nor can I comfortably chat over the fence with my good neighbors. And just when I finally got good neighbors!
Recently, I told someone I was so frustrated as a photographer that I was about ready to take pictures of the mud in my backyard. So, here it is:
However, I also noticed a lovely view through the fence knothole. I hear creativity is good in photography.
Meanwhile, Puppy Cody was out patrolling for bunnies and squirrels (none to be found), when she heard that sound that all dogs know, and apparently hate – a UPS truck!
Cody immediately went on alert:
Then began barking to let the poor delivery driver know that he was not to come to our house and should best be on his way asap:
Not that UPS drivers pay all that much attention to dogs, but she doesn’t know that. The delivery was made – to the house across the street – and that upsetting truck went on its way.
Cody followed me into the house for her lunch, but couldn’t resist one last menacing stare:
Stay home, stay safe, stay healthy. “See” you all next week.
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