Suave Observation Post

During early morning trips to the yard, sometimes it feels too early to deal with younger brothers and someone decides to occupy the Suave Observation Post.

Way too early for little brothers
Way too early for little brothers

We get up with the sun every morning and head to the yard for “business” before taking our morning walk and breakfast on our return. But Frankie says he isn’t awake enough to deal with his younger brothers and prefers to stay up in the Suave Observation Post.

It's peaceful up here...without little brothers
It’s peaceful up here…without little brothers

So while the little brothers spent some time in the yard with Hu-Dad, Frankie kept a close eye on the seabirds and the activity among his siblings. Right, Mr. Suave?

Soozervising here, Hu-Dad, snoozervising
Snoozervising here, Hu-Dad, snoozervising

3 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on March 5, 2020 at 9:19 am

    The ever wise and calm Frankie.

  2. tammy j on March 5, 2020 at 9:14 am

    I also love that “snoozervising” term. a great word!
    and I think it’s wonderful you can get away when you need to. xo

  3. Jean Burkhardt on March 5, 2020 at 7:46 am

    Frankie Suave-you look SO relaxed and love that term snoozervising! I know how difficult it is to get some alone time away from the younger set! Glad you enjoy your time !

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