Our “Best 3 Cats in the Universe” don’t eat plants – they’re not even interested at all, even cat grass! We’re amazed – & relieved.
As an introvert, I’m ecstatic – other than the whole, ya know, possibly-getting-sick-and-dying thing… What’s really something is how little my life has changed. I’ve said for years I’ll do more as soon as I catch up on books/letters/emails/decluttering so aside of vacations and a bit of part-time work I just never seem to leave the house normally! Not that I’m ever normal….
I’d think (as does my spouse) that that is one of the fringe benefits of working at home – depending on the work! (Making lace doilies would be more fringe than benefit, haha!)
I’m “librarian-ing” from home by trying to use an old typewriter to type up the catalog cards!
I totally relate, in that my life has barely changed at all! There’s been weeks where I don’t leave the house anyway, normally; I’m not working two days a week but have taken some work home to do; my husband’s working at home, and at night/weekends we’re still desperately trying to catch up on all the TV we missed when we were racing around in Jan/early Feb catching almost all the Oscar nominees in the 24 categories. And we still have scads of puzzles/games/comics/books to the point where it feels like a chore! So, what quarantine?? Hoping it’ll last another couple months!
You were definitely within your rights! He names one thing and thinks “one and done” when there are so many other details to plan!
I can so TOTALLY relate to this strip! We actually do a “cute alarm” – “CUUUUUTE, CUUUUUUTE”, meaning the other person has to drop everything and come see what is probably “unprecedented levels of cuteness”!! :)
And it was a really good joke!
I may have raved about this place already, but if you come a bit upstate from NYC, in the tiny town of Pine Bush, there is a FANTASTIC vegetarian/Buddhist Chinese restaurant with entrees that you would be sure have meat in them! Each veggie is stir-fried to its absolute perfection – great flavors without being hot. Pure City = pure bliss.
PR relatives? We love visiting Puerto Rico – speaking of good food!