Difficult Bosses

Hu-Dad may work from home, but he still has difficult bosses. Of course, he should just get his work done and there would be no problem.

So, Hu-Dad, I am ready to leave the office.

So, Hu-Dad, I am ready to leave the office.

Hu-Dad claims to do lots of busy-ness from his study in the house, but we do wander in often to make sure work is getting done. Probably a really good thing because we supervise and make sure he gets his tasks complete.

Why are these folders still here?

Why are these folders still here?

Unfortunately, sometimes you have to play the role of stern boss and crack the whip. Every one of our readers has surely seen this look from their supervisor:

Stop slacking off, Hu-Dad.

Stop slacking off, Hu-Dad.


  1. Melon on February 24, 2016 at 8:07 pm


  2. Lori on February 24, 2016 at 8:09 am

    I’m sorry Typhoon… You could give me that adorable bossy look all day and all you’d get from me is hugs, kisses, cuddles and snuggles???

  3. Susan McManus on February 24, 2016 at 7:53 am

    I love Typhoon’s markings. They add to his expressions that only he can give. You do an excellent job of capturing them. When I try to take pictures of my pup, she either gets way too close….or turns from me.

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