At work, we have a thing called “huddle” every week, where our department shares work highlights, upcoming projects and also do some group activities and share personal stories. This week, we went around the huddle and shared what we are grateful for. I said that I was grateful for my four legged baby brother, Arko. As you all know, I am dog obsessed! I have only been working at my new job for about five weeks, but EVERYONE knows my love for dogs, hehe!
Happy Father’s Day Daddy!
My Dad is the most hardworking and honest person I know. He came to Canada when he was 14 years old and after going to high school for a couple of years, he dropped out to support his family back home in India. He remembers his first job fondly; a delivery boy for the local Chinese Restaurant. Making only 5 dollars an hour, he worked hard to get tips so that he could support himself here and his parents, grandparents and sister back home.
I bet that by the title, you probably think I am writing about how my dog has separation anxiety… Nope. The opposite actually.
I am starting work tomorrow and am already feeling separation anxiety from Arko! This is so sad and a bit embarrassing but I am really going to miss the bugger. I have always been obsessed with him, but these past 8 months of being unemployed, I have become even more attached and obsessed with my little baby! Ok, he is not so little, he is almost as tall me in full length and weighs close to a 100 lbs, but still! He is little to me.
Kindness makes the world go round. I really do think so.
Here is a list of 15 random acts of kindness you can do to spread kindness, positivity, and hopefully put a smile on someones face..
So last night, I had another internal reminder (as I often do), that I am dog obsessed. With my dog, but in general too.