The Quick Brown Fox Jumped Over the Lazy Dog

Today I was going to post all about Lent, and how B is Catholic and I’m Presbyterian and we make it work: cue rainbow and glitter. I have fun coming up with meatless Friday menus and this year, in observance of the season, we are clearing out a bag (a week) of things or clothes we no longer need and donating it to a local charity in lieu of “giving something up.”

Then I realized that my knowledge on Lent is pretty much a few church sermons and Sunday school classes backed up by Wikipedia, which doesn’t seem like a good basis for enlightening others. Secondly (definitely a word) I bet I’m not the only one with this “brilliant” idea (kind of like all the pumpkin recipes that start floating around in October….) so I’m skipping today’s scheduled religious pit stop. You can thank me later.

As many of you know I work from home 2 days a week (current gas prices have me really enjoying this perk) and on those days Rhett Butler sleeps next to me as I work. Occasionally he will get up and wander around or swap locations, but typically he just snoozes in a small bed at my feet. He starts like this….

But eventually rearranges just so, so then he is more like this:

But inevitably, we get to…this….

I have no words.

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  • Melissa says:

    My great dane repositions herself as the sun moves across my living room. She has mastered the 4″ “scoot”. Afterall, she can’t be bothered to actually stand up to move.

  • Love the beagle! Mine does very similar position changes throughout the day. She can’t be bothered to move–unless there is someone walking on the sidewalk in which case she will FLY to the door and howl wildly. But, I still love her.

  • Dani says:

    Isnt it amazing how dogs can comfort in the most uncomfortable positions? Sometimes our dog will be laying on the ottoman and her back legs will fall off effectively leaving her half standing and half laying. Still she will sleep.

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