make the Forbes list of best places in the US to work, but Aggie and Peter and I really like working at home. They're not much help, but they are lots of company. They are also good listeners. While Aggie takes her position as Senior Associate and Director of Security very seriously, I am sure people regard her barking as more of a nuisance than a deterrent. Peter
naps works behind the scenes and generally makes an appearance at the desk around quitting time every day. I am blessed to be able to work at home and spend time with my pets - especially these past few weeks with no means of transportation! A conventional employer would not have been as understanding as I am. Not that I am conventional - but you know what I mean. I've also been blessed this week with lots of additional - and unexpected - work (as well as payments from deadbeats!) that will make Ray's unforeseen car doctor bills a little easier to handle. And in the big scheme of things, my associates and I don't really need much more than each other and a stack of good books.
And for that, I am really thankful!