Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Just...no.

 Georgie feels the same way I do about returning to an early wake up time this week. (I'm back at work).



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  1. My dogs are like that on most days.

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  2. Don't you sometimes wish you could just hibernate all winter, maybe get up for Christmas and then go back to bed until March!

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    1. Yes! I'd like to wake up in time for my birthday in March, and if I'd burned off all my fat to survive the winter, that would be even better!

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  3. Oh, George! He definitely has the right idea.

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    1. We had gotten used to sleeping in! He's not a fan of waking up at 6am!

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  4. Our dog, Ozzo, loves to bury himself like that, too, Carlos calls it his 'burrito.'

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  5. Buster is much the same. He doesn't get up till I do.

    Hope all goes good at work. Are you physically back? if so STAY SAFE!

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    1. Yes we are physically back even though our Covid positive rate and death rate is through the roof! It makes NO DAMN SENSE!

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  6. Ha! Olga buries her face like that too sometimes. :)

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  7. Just how I feel when it's zero centigrade outside and I know I have to get up sooner or later. It looks like Georgie won't be emerging any time soon.

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    1. He will bury his head in his blanket when you turn on the light and he isn't done sleeping!

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  8. Up and at 'em!
    ...but stay safe!

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    1. I'm doing my best to stay safe. We're in a bad situation in this area with Covid but the powers that be have deemed it best for us to return to school in person.

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  9. The cats would be delighted. You have my sympathy. Lately, I've been waking up early, going back to bed, and then sleeping until 9:30! Work would be an inconvenience.

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    1. Work really does get in the way of sleeping and blogging time!

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  10. Pooches mirror our emotions indeed.

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