I just walked in the door, just in time to feed the dog, who was obviously dying of starvation based on the fact that she managed to open a cabinet armed with a spring-loaded, allegedly childproof lock and ate all the garbage.

At least the parts she didn't drag into the dining and living rooms.

The Boy was three when he learned how to manage the locks.

Inventory is happening right now, as we speak.

My section is done -- I have been there since 7 p.m. last night, and left as soon as my area was counted.

I need sleep.

On the positive side, I have 7 hours (no overtime) left to spread across three days, so I will be having a lovely week.


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