A Puppy & Spasian

Let’s start off with this site. I know it’s been a while but life has been busy throwing bullshit at me and I haven’t had time to breathe. I know that I got rid of my social media a long time ago. However, I’m still on Instagram (you have to request to follow me). I also brought back my LinkedIn. Then I made a TikTok for my dogs.

Yes, I said dogs. Meet Butch Odin Adams. As of today, he’s 20 lbs. of adorable.

On the ride home from the breeder.
Giving Cammie puppy dog eyes – we’re all suckers for it.
One of many weird expressions on his face while he sleeps.
The puppy dog eyes – again.

He’s also like Carter who prefers to be carried around everywhere.

The cutest blep.

The best part…he and Carter are best of friends.

Having 2 dogs have been nothing but pure joy. It’s double the reason to leave the house and enjoy them. Butch has also gotten potty training down. He is such a sweetheart but he’s also not scared of anything.

I can’t wait to watch both of them grow up together. My heart still feels empty from losing Ginger but I know that she would want me to be happy.

Quarantine & A Puppy

So I’ve been working from home for 3 weeks now. Just got an email from my boss that we’re working from home until further notice. Working from home is a privilege a lot of people don’t have and I’m glad I have it. I feel bad for the ones who are losing their income because it looks like this pandemic is not going to end anytime soon.

I’ve been struggling to balance housework and work because work is still business as usual. There’s the occasional distraction such as cats stepping on my keyboard, kids asking for things, and a puppy. My 11-year-old German Shepherd has been an angel and never gives me trouble. Then there are naps and binging on Hulu and Netflix and etc.

But I can’t complain because like I said it’s a privilege that not everyone has. And I’m very lucky that I still have a job in spite of what’s going on with the world. And I’m grateful. And my family is grateful.

There’s still light during these weird, dark times. Meet Carter.

The decision to get the puppy wasn’t made lightly. But with Ginger being as old as she is, it felt like it was time.

So this is my new pride and joy. I hope to chronicle his life on this blog. Enjoy!