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Ramblings about not wanting to work
Well, last night I did walk the dog, which he loved, and then let him play outside for a half hor in the snow which he loved more.  But tell me, why is it that dogs always must be SO ANNOYING when they're on a walk, and can't just, well, walk?  I mean, I love my dog, but he has to pee on everything, even when he has an empty tank and keep criss crossing in front of me.  And this is a GOOD dog, I can't even imagine walking a recalcitrant one!

My sleep schedule is still horked, but I only woke up once last night (went to bed at 10 pm and woke up at midnight), and then took a benedryl and warmed up some milk and hazelnut syrup and managed to go back to sleep until 5:30 or so.  But I got a lot done this morning, including starting my exercise routine (again).

But I still don't want to work.  I want to go home and sleep, or go play poker.  Sleep's kind of winning, but I need to fight that one so I can go to bed at a normal time today.  But it is snowing like a mutha' so driving an hour south is not exactly the best thing one could do.
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maigrey From: maigrey Date: January 5th, 2005 07:18 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Can we split the difference?

My dog has a bladder of steel (thank goodness), but I always let him out before the walk to empty the tank, and he insists on following the motions throughout the ENTIRE WALK. :)
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