End Of Work Week Office Tedium

After a long work week, we have photographic evidence Hu-Dad’s “co-workers” were a little bored with the office tedium late on Friday afternoon.

Frankie, Landon and Typhoon hanging out under Hu-Dad's desk in his study.

Frankie, Landon and Typhoon hanging out under Hu-Dad’s desk in his study.

While Hu-Dad works on his busy-ness in his study, we are supposed to help by being good and quiet. Amazingly, being good includes not breaking out in wrestling matches or running around the house. Those activities apparently distract him from his busy-ness.

Trying so hard to be good.

Trying so hard to be good.

By the end of the week, however, we are about done with this “good” stuff and are ready for the workweek to end. These pictures were taken late on Friday afternoon. Hu-Dad said we had much the same look as his co-workers back in the day when he used to go to an office full of people.

Hu-Dad said he had a couple of human co-workers who had the same stare as the Little Prince.

Hu-Dad said he had a couple of human co-workers who had the same stare as the Little Prince.

2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on July 15, 2017 at 10:12 am

    Typhoon has that look down. Cute post. We can relate.

  2. Lori on July 15, 2017 at 7:14 am

    Just busting at the seams to break out in weekend fun ????????????

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