My Lexi would be so proud of me. Yesterday, I went to work with Mom! I worked a full 10-hour day.
We left the house super early in the morning. It was practically still dark out. Mom works far away – about 45 minutes – and you all know how I get in the car BUT I made it!
Mom works with a bunch of other people doing something called “law”. She is a paralegal. So, I got to be a paralegal, too!
I had a very important meeting with my assistant, Mr. Racky-coon, to start the day off right.
Then I went around to all of the windows in the building because they’re only a foot off the ground and I could see out all of them without having to jump or stand up on my hind legs.
I did lots of running around and didn’t take any morning naps.
At noon, Mom said it was time to go to lunch. Since she works right by Grandpa’s house, she goes there everyday at lunch time to check on him. I was SO excited to see my Grandpa.
Do you see his cat, Charlie, eyeing me suspiciously from on top of the bookcase?
We stayed there for about half an hour and then it was time to go back to work.
After a quick search around the building and visiting with everyone, I had to have an afternoon meeting with Mr. Racky-coon.
See how I had my own desk chair to sit in?!?! Super cool.
Around 3:00 I finally decided it was time to rest. I hadn’t laid down all day long except for the few minutes each time I talked with Mr. Racky-coon. I rested for 15 minutes according to Mom before I was up again to guard the building.
At 6:00, Mom said it was time to go home. FINALLY! Longest day ever! I said very quick goodbyes to everyone because all I could focus on was getting home and eating dinner.
When we got home, I ate dinner, went out, came back in, and flopped myself on the couch. I was so tired that the couch felt uncomfortable so I tried my crate. I laid in there until Mom got me at 9:00 and said, “C’mon, baby boy. Let’s go to bed.” I RAN to the bedroom and slept like a log.
I don’t think work is for me. You don’t get to take naps. I like naps. Naps are my friend.
Can I work from home being a professional napper?