Where my hubby is crazy

We were thinking about trying to get something like a dog house for our two fluff-balls in our yard when I mentioned that Ocean loves to climb on things…

And my hubby decided to take action. He talked to a buddy and came up with this idea for our dogs.

I’ve seen smaller castles.

Quarantine a la dog

My two doggies don’t understand what is going on. They don’t know what Covid-19 is and have no idea we’re in quarantine. All they know is that mommy and daddy are spending a ridiculous amount of time at home.

And they’re loving it.

It means more kisses, more walks, more time with mommy.

That’s them, after a particularly long walk. Ocean (top) would like nothing better than to go on another one. River (bottom) only wants to catch his breath. He’s not a high-energy dog.

It’s hard to stay home, work from here and not see a single soul. I know I am fighting cabin fever. But, Canadians spend all winter pretty isolated. We’re pros at handling cabin fever. I could complain and be grumpy or I could look at the bright side:

There are two rather furry creatures who are delighted to spend so much time with me.

Stuck at home…but having a great day

Well, today has been a beautiful day. Yes, I’m stuck at home. Yes, I can’t really leave. But I still managed to have a great day.

I walked our two pooches around our mostly-empty streets until we were all breathless and then headed home for a lovely cup of tea.

Then I decided to bake.

Yum! Banana bread! And have a healthy smoothy!

If you’re interested in the recipes, here they are: banana bread, the smoothy is a concoction that I created made with 2 green apples, coconut water, O.J, baby spinach, parsley and some frozen mango. It was actually so yummy!

Where I need to learn from my dogs

This Friday, a colleague at work asked me if I was starting to stock up food just in case the Corona Virus became a pandemic. Well, I hadn’t even thought about stocking up on food, but as soon as she asked, I was mentally going through the contents of the pantry at home imagining us fighting over the last grain of rice.

This is where my dogs can teach me a lesson. They don’t worry about the corona virus, they don’t worry about their food supply, they don’t even worry about their next meal. They simply trust that things will work out

Not a single worry in that fluffy head

Instead, I dragged my hapless hubby through endless stores, worried about calamity after calamity and bought a ridiculous amount of tuna.

I don’t even like tuna.

Where my dogs are crazy

It’s a very cold, early morning.

Kisses have been given, breakfast eaten, treats received with happiness. We’ve had two visits outside.

It’s time to warm up by the fire. But do these two listen to me? Nope. They want to go back out there.

My dogs are nuts.

What on earth?…

So, we’re doing some renos and saw this…

Why is that speaker built into the inside of our house? What is it doing there? Why would anyone put a speaker into the guts of a house?

The questions abound.