Sunday, July 29, 2012

Living In Someone Else's House

Otherwise known as "house-sitting," living in someone else's house might seem very strange to some of you at first. If I think about it too much, it is fairly strange, but living in someone else's house has its benefits, too.
I somehow got into house sitting when I moved to OK several years ago. It is fairly crazy to think about the amount of time I've spent in the homes of people who aren't family members, but I'm not complaining.
If I think of each house sitting job as a vacation, I'm on vacation 10 weeks of the summer.

I know I'm not supposed to have favorites, but Nick the dog is one of the best puppies ever. Granted, one time he opened the door and came into the house in the middle of the night and stood next to the bed and I thought he was a murderer who had broken into the house, but other than that, he's the best.

What's that? You want to see pictures of Nick and my house sitting job? OK.

Isn't he the cutest? He watches Downton Abbey with me, and everything.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to start re-packing for my next house sitting job.

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