It finally happened. Mad Dog now has an office less than five minutes from our house.
Since Mad Dog seems to struggle with work/life balance, this should help him considerably. I hope he uses his saved commute time for good and not… more work.
Either way, it’s nice to know that he is nearby even if we can’t see him.
T.Puzzle and Full Speed were thrilled as we dropped Mad Dog at his new office.
“When are you taking me to work, Daddy?” asked T.Puzzle. Apparently working with Dad is pretty amazing. There’s work, there’s time to play with matchbox cars and don’t forget the best part which is a hot breakfast.
We said our goodbyes and as we drove away I explained that in the evening we would be able to pick up Mad Dog from work and go to dinner as a family.
“It’s a good thing we are going to get him, Mom,” Full Speed said. “He’s not going to be able to see.”
“Why is that, Full Speed?”
“It will be dark and dangerous. There might be tigers hiding in the trees that could get him, too.”
I had no idea the neighborhood we lived in is teeming with such danger.
I have called Mad Dog many things (most of them good), but tiger bait, well, that’s definitely a new one.
- Fathers happier when doing chores (guardian.co.uk)