What is this holiday of which you speak?

Easter
Welcome to my Easter!

No rest for the wicked tax accountants.

Too hard to see the screens against the light of the window:


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* * * * *

Earlier today the dogs told me another dog was running around outside. They barked until they could bark no mo–, er, the other dog ran away.

A bit later I looked up from my screen — this was before I put up the light-blocking board — and saw this:




Hannibal

See that black furry blob? That's Hannibal. Although he is completely comfortable with our two dogs, he is not so brave with others. Probably for the best; some dogs like to kill cats.

For scale:


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Not to worry, though. He is down now.

Enough frivolity. Back to work…

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0 Responses to What is this holiday of which you speak?

  1. Linda says:

    Oh so sorry to had to work over the holiday. Hope you got to have some relaxation. I see the kitty provided entertainment….much to her dismay, albeit. The poor thing. Have a great week…try not to work too hard!

  2. cursingmama says:

    Wow… 3 screens… that would be awesome!
    maybe this tax thing could be more fun that you are letting on….

  3. Big Alice says:

    Oh poor Hannibal! Glad he got down ok. How… did he get down?
    I feel in some sort of solidarity with you, as I worked on my tax accounting on Easter. That doesn’t mean I enjoyed it.

  4. Carrie#K says:

    OMG, *HANNIBAL*. Thank goodness he’s down.
    You know those football sized monitors might block the glare a bit……

  5. gayle says:

    Wow, accountancy in Panorama…
    Glad your kitty is back on the ground.

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