Transplant Thanksgiving - page 4

It's my turn to work this Thanksgiving. Although I am disappointed that I will not be having dinner with my husband, I knew that we would only be doing emergency cases in the OR. Expecting a... Read More

  1. by   dansamy
    I've got a doxie mix that burrows under the comforter & curls up down by my feet. It doesn't matter to her that she slept all night with my husband. She still comes back to bed & sleeps with me all day. Best dog EVER! (Although, she's not terribly bright. She feels like she must accompany me to the bathroom, presumably to ensure that there's no vortex to the Bermuda triangle in there that will whisk me away & leave her alone.)

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  2. by   Guttercat
    Quote from Texan56
    On my way home from a night shift this morning I, too, lowered the visor on the passenger side. You can tell your husband...it helped my vision, and I made it home safely.
    I don't have to give an accounting of my car visors anymore.

    He hasn't been my husband in over ten years.

    Ta-da!
  3. by   canesdukegirl
    Quote from dansamy
    She feels like she must accompany me to the bathroom, presumably to ensure that there's no vortex to the Bermuda triangle in there that will whisk me away & leave her alone.

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    Bwaaahaahahaha! I can relate!
  4. by   dansamy
    Quote from canesdukegirl

    Bwaaahaahahaha! I can relate!
    Neurotic, aren't they?

    But I love her dearly.

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  5. by   nurseprnRN
    Quote from dansamy
    I've got a doxie mix that burrows under the comforter & curls up down by my feet. It doesn't matter to her that she slept all night with my husband. She still comes back to bed & sleeps with me all day. Best dog EVER! (Although, she's not terribly bright. She feels like she must accompany me to the bathroom, presumably to ensure that there's no vortex to the Bermuda triangle in there that will whisk me away & leave her alone.)
    I have a cat like that. If she doesn't run into the bathroom with me when I get up at night, god only knows what might happen. There's a window right next to the toilet and I might jump out. The fact that I have not yet done so is a testament to her vigilance.

    Love your writing, Canes, as always.

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