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Toby’s Work From Home Privileges

Tuesday night I fell asleep on the train on the way home from work. When I woke up {just in time for my stop} I felt terrible — chills, achy, all the signs of the start of something not-so-good. I got home, lied on the couch covered in several blankets and of course a Toby dog, and stayed there most of the night.

When I got up at 5 a.m. the next morning, I definitely wasn’t rested after tossing and turning all night and I just felt like someone drained all the energy out of me. While I was trying to get ready for my train, I realized I just couldn’t do it, and decided it would be smarter to work from home.

I went back upstairs to get a few more minutes of shut eye before I had to start working and this is what I found in my bed:

I have to admit, I love working from home. I mean who wouldn’t when you’re sitting at your desk and look to your right to see this:

I have a feeling Toby loves when I work from home, too because he is usually not allowed in my room unless I’m home. So, yesterday he pretty much refused to leave my bed. And, honestly, I can’t say I blame him.

Are there certain privileges you let your dog when you’re home, but not when you’re at work or out of the house?

6 thoughts on “Toby’s Work From Home Privileges

  1. Thankfully, I am privy to this life every dog day…cuz mom works at home….

    but she had whateever you had and we got some extra cuddling in.

    Hope your Michelle is better soon, Toby!

  2. Working from home is the best! I love having my pooches around my all day, and it's especially handy when I have litters, so I can keep an eye on things.

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