August 11, 2006

The town crier: Ten am and all is well

I work for a very very large national health insurance company doing a job that my own family doesn't quite understand. It's not exciting but really helps people because I fix their claims that haven't been paid correctly. Like I said, not exciting but so it goes.

The perk to this lack of an exciting job is that I get to work at home; yes I'm a full time telecommuter. So on days like today where it's beautiful out I have to try to work while daydreaming. Thankfully, Joey is keeping watch over the left side front yard for me this morning.
Leaving me free to keep an eye out on the backyard.
This is the view from my office slider. Sometimes there are deer in the backyard. Other times groundhogs, bunnies, and birds. The pond it a small town owned pond where I taught my kids to swim. Now I take my grandsons over to play and swim. Really who needs an exciting life when you have this?


Karen said...

Lucky you! What a nice view. I often wonder if I would have the discipline to work at work. I would love the chance to find out!

Yarn Collectors Anonymous said...

I work from home....are we not just ridiculously blessed to be able to do this? Of course being that we are never satisfied....I sure wish I had a view like yours!!! Gorgeous!!!

Wendy said...

I'm sooooooo jealous. I would love the view you have!!! The location (home) is awesome too! You also have an excellent office mate (cute kitty!). Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I can't wait to make a pair of socks from "socks,socks,socks".

Sprite said...

Wow! What a beautiful view! I work from home and, trust me, my view is NOTHING like yours!! You definitely win the *View* prizes!

Marie said...

WOW! I am soooo jealous! What a fantastic view! it must be gorgeous in the fall with the colors and the winter with the snow. Keep posting those pictures! Love the socks...I haven't tried socks yet, for some odd ball reason the scare the hecky out of me...maybe in the winter.